Oct 102010
 
 October 10, 2010  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Michael Duffy reports:

NSW’s Shoalhaven City Council has spent more than $25,000 in a legal battle with a man who wants it to remove 18 security cameras from Nowra’s central business district.

Former resident Adam Bonner took the matter to the Administrative Decisions Tribunal last week.

Mr Bonner opposes closed-circuit TV in public places because “I don’t believe the state has the right to record and transfer my image to the police. It makes me feel uncomfortable. The police don’t have my fingerprints, so why should they have my image?”

Read more in The Age.

Via @FredGonzales

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