NSW government agencies are pushing ahead with the linking and sharing of personal data stored on massive databases to make life "convenient".
Coming soon are changes to the way Compulsory Third Party Green Slips will be purchased in 2015
The insurers are building a real-time computer interface with the registry. The industry says it wants to check for fraud, particularly where a driver claims their car is garaged, but is in fact parked on the street in a different suburb.
The president of the NSW Civil Liberties Council Stephen Blanks says opening the register to insurance companies shows the "dangers of creating databanks and function creep".
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Source: Sydney Morning Herald. 2/11/2014