Watching Me, Watching You: Surveillance, Privacy and the Media

Watching Me, Watching You: Surveillance, Privacy and the Media

Published: 01 July, 2017

Publisher: LexisNexis Australia

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Book: Paperback
AUD$ 142.00
Print-On-Demand ISBN: 9780409346992

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This special issue of the Media and Arts Law Review brings together a variety of perspectives on surveillance, privacy and the law.

  • Introduction
  • Privacy in the age of surveillance — Jason Bosland
  • Articles
  • BD use by law enforcement and intelligence in the national security space: Perceived benefits, risks and challenges — Dr Alana Maurushat
  • The high-wire: The delicate balance between communications surveillance, constitutional rights and the media in South Africa — Dario Milo and Stuart Scott
  • A different kind of shot: Policing, media, and body worn video — Jessica Chapman
  • Stealing surveillance: Prosecuting misuses of non-covert CCTV in New Zealand — S Che Ekaratne
  • Individual privacy management — Marcin Betkier
  • Privacy and the Internet of Things — Megan Richardson, Rachelle Bosua, Karin Clark and Jeb Webb with Atif Ahmad and Sean Maynard
  • Puzzling out global privacy: The EU transfer effect — Nina Yiannopoulos
  • Watching women: Past and present legal responses to the unauthorised circulation of personal images — Jessica Lake