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 October 3, 2010  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Matt Johnston reports:

Ten secret deals between Victoria Police and bodies such as the AFL and Grand Prix Corporation have been dumped or cancelled.

Since January 2008, police have signed 36 memoranda of understanding with external bodies, many of which allow sensitive information to be shared.

A review of all agreements is under way after concerns were raised about privacy and poor procedures, but the Herald Sun can reveal nine MOUs were scrapped after their time frames expired and another was cancelled.

Read more in the Herald Sun.

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