Nov 222010
 November 22, 2010  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Daniel Hurst reports:

Police are set to face changes to the way they access commuter travel records following an investigation by the Privacy Commissioner.

Privacy Commissioner Linda Matthews will today hand the parliamentary speaker a report outlining her findings on the use of Go Card journey data in criminal investigations.

The probe was triggered by a report in July revealing police were using Go Cards to pinpoint the movements of not only suspects but also potential witnesses.

Read more in Brisbane Times.

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