Big Brother: Australia's Growing Web of Surveillance

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - Computer security - 184 pages
Examines the growth of the surveillance of individuals by government departments and corporations linked with the growth of computer and satellite technology, and predicts possible outcomes of this trend. The author is a well-known Australian journalist who led the 1987 campaign against the Australia Card, and is founder and head of Privacy International. Includes a glossary, list of useful addresses, and an index.

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