NSW and federal government agencies can access the travel history and home addresses of thousands of Opal card users without a warrant under new laws.
Source: Ninemsn, 15/7/2014
Should ugliness be illegal? Do your neighbours have the right to keep an old aeroplane in their backyard, even if it assails your eyes?
Source: Sydney Morning Herald, 7/7/2014
Source: Channel 7 News, 30/06/2014
All-seeing drones are taking to our skies and landing in our private lives creating the potential for privacy and security breaches. Stephen Blanks speaks to Channel 7 News
Source: A Current Affair, 23/06/2014
Petition for a public sex offenders register
Source: Sydney Morning Herald, 22/06/2014
Prisoners are using a new social networking site to post potentially sensitive information, protest their innocence and even look for love on the outside.
Source: ABC Radio (13/06/2014)
Pubs and clubs in Sydney's Kings Cross are extending efforts to deal with any trouble makers. From tonight, some of the area's most popular venues will scan the IDs of patrons.
Source: The Australian (11/06/2014)
While the NSW government and police are praising the early success of measures to curb alcohol-related violence, civil libertarians fear it may have gone too far with the roll-out of data-storing identification scanners.
Source: Sydney Morning Herald (5/6/2014)
The state government has shied away from a long-planned crackdown on racist speech, prompting claims the dispute over changes to national anti-discrimination laws has stymied reform in NSW.
Source: Today (Channel 9), 25/5/2014
This morning we talked about the pros and cons of hiring a private investigator.
Source: The Guardian, 13/5/2014
Documents from US agency show that Canberra spies pleaded for help to increase surveillance on terror suspects