Privacy law in Australia

Doyle, Carolyn and Bagaric, Mirko 2005, Privacy law in Australia, Federation Press, Sydney, N.S.W..

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Title Privacy law in Australia
Author(s) Doyle, Carolyn
Bagaric, Mirko
Publication date 2005
Total pages xvii, 215 p.
Publisher Federation Press
Place of Publication Sydney, N.S.W.
Keyword(s) Privacy, Right of -- Australia
Summary This book begins by examining the nature and scope of the right to privacy and the moral basis and status: What is privacy? What interests does it affect and protect? Is there a justification for the right?
It discusses the relevant legal regime in all Australian jurisdictions. It covers the extent to which privacy has been protected under common law and equity and then weaves these principles into the statutory discussion of privacy. It focusses specifically on the most important areas of privacy protection - medical records, communications, criminal investigations and DNA, employment, territory, etc. Finally, it examines how the law may develop in the future.
Notes CONTENTS The multi-faceted nature of privacy Is there a moral right to privacy? Privacy and the common law Statutory protection of privacy and discrete areas of privacy regulation Proposals for privacy law reform: Future directions
ISBN 1862875618
9781862875616
Language eng
Field of Research 180112 Equity and Trusts Law
Socio Economic Objective 970118 Expanding Knowledge in Law and Legal Studies
HERDC Research category A1 Books - authored - research
Copyright notice ©2005, Federation Press
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30000412

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