Data Protection in Australia

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Law Book Company, 1991 - Computers - 513 pages
Examines Australia's ad hoc data protection laws and their implications for the storage of personal information on computers. It deals with the right to privacy at common law, federal and state legislation specific to the rights of data subjects, and relevant criminal laws. Includes tables of cases and statutes, and an index.

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Contents

The Computerisation Phenomenon
1
Privacy at Common
19
Privacy ReformCommonwealth Initiatives
34
Copyright

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