Surveillance in Public Places: Consultation Paper

The Commission's Surveillance in Public Places: Consultation Paper was released on 30 March 2009. The paper invites people to make submissions to the project and contains:

  • an explanation of how surveillance is used in public places and how it is regulated
  • a discussion of privacy theory in the context of public places
  • an examination of the risks and benefits of public place surveillance
  • proposals for reform
  • questions for submissions.

The paper can be downloaded below or free print copies can be ordered from the Commission. 

Place of publication: 
Melbourne, Victoria
Publisher : 
Victorian Law Reform Commission
Date published: 
30 Mar 2009
Number of pages: 
168

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