They can't use that, CA got there first.
I have flash installed but disabled in Firefox on my work machine (because it made Firerox lock up). It's surprising how little I miss it. Embedded videos on most sites play just fine.
I often find an embedded Youtube video will play fine, but if I try to watch the same video on Youtube (because I want a higher resolution), it won't play without flash because Google wants to display advertising.
Have a look at m0n0wall. It's based on FreeBSD and is configured using a PHP web GUI to configure the NICs and firewall.
Back in the day I used is as a wireless access point running on a Pentium 1 system with 48 MB RAM, booting off a 16MB compact flash card.
Most of us have home computers to format our job applications. I don't have a home printer, but I haven't printed a job application for nearly a decade; they have all been electronic submissions. Also, I use a personal email account and mobile phone rather than my current employer's when applying for a new job. It's easy and sensible to keep job applications separate from employer's equipment.
These days I'm getting contacted by via LinkedIn about job offers even though I'm not looking. The lack of privacy with LinkedIn is a concern.
If the Australian courts did impose judgements against Google, it would be based on laws rather than moral standards.