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Scandal swirls around the Liberal Party over a software company, Parakeelia,that it uses to help stalk unsuspecting voters.

According to reports, this wholly owned Liberal Party company is funded almost entirely by MPs' electoral allowances, which it then donates back to itself.

Independent Australia's ace investigator Ross Jones says this doesn't quite explain where all the income is coming from.

Disendorsed former Liberal MP Dennis Jensen is doing his best to inspire interest in the media about this issue.

The stunning lack of interest from the public broadcaster over this allegedly corrupt matter puzzles many.

As does the tepid interest from much of the rest of the mainstream media.

Whatever happens, this story still has a long way to play out.

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