Kelle is right, the guy in the article seems to be contracting with the ATO and then claiming they are making incorrect documents, names etc. You cannot have your cake and eat it too.
The ATO has no power to convict unless you are contracting with them, which means you are consenting to their rules. Once you step out of it completely, then the story will be different.
But that aside, you can NEVER trust any newspaper or tv programaganda, they twist and manipulate the truth so it scares you not to follow the same path. Do no bother to even read news articles like this, if you do, skim over it and then try to find more details about these people and cases in other locations.