having discovered the truth of this website, Mr. Christensen alters his position by removing his copy of the HubHappy Video from YouTube, while seeking a resolution with the complainant and offering a paltry amount in recompense. While seemingly coming to the realisation that Flowerhub has no defence in law to the QCAT Application, in defiance of Australia's legal system of Open Justice, Mr. Christensen seeks an order for non publication, thus attempting to curtail the Applicant's right to Freedom of Speech and section 21 of the Human Rights Act (he appears not to like this website). However there is no contrition and no reinstatement of the complainant's FlowerHub trade account, and the remarkable hubris continues. Accordingly, the complainant remains obstinately PREJUDGED, and as such this website continues and is updated from time to time, despite Mr. Christensen thinking that he has some sort of right to stop the truth being told.
Australian Consumer Law provides up to a $10m penalty for a company that engages in misleading or deceptive conduct. If Mr. Christensen happens to again persist with his stupid stupid stupid attempt to disclaim his way out of the liability his company occurs, a complaint to the ACCC is likely.
While Mr. Christensen's prejudging, arrogant & despotic behaviour may not contravene any anti discrimination laws in Queensland (such as this one), a comparison can be drawn with the QCAT decision Matthews v Woombye Pub Trading Pty Ltd  QCAT 301, where the denial of access to the Woombye Pub cost the publican $8,000 in damages. ANY FEEDBACK