Law Society of New South Wales: Privacy in a digital age
Drone imaging, data mining, and surveillance by CCTV are ubiquitous. They raise issues of privacy, security, and freedom. Have we given up on privacy as a social norm? How far does the interest in national security extend before our civil rights are infringed?
Angela Merkel has said: "when we do everything that is technologically possible, we damage trust; we sow mistrust. Millions of people who live in undemocratic states are watching very closely to see how the world's democracies react to threats to their security".
Join the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security, Vivienne Thom, the President of the NSW Council for Civil Liberties, Stephen Blanks, and leading privacy lawyer, Gordon Hughes, in conversation with Professor Ben Saul.
Wednesday, 30 April 2014, 5pm to 7pm
Where: The Law Society of New South Wales
For further details, please see the Law Society of New South Wales
170 Phillip St
Sydney, NSW 2000
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