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 March 31, 2014  Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance

James Hutchinson reports:

Recording private conversations or activities using Google’s Glass eyewear or similar wearable technologies without consent could become illegal under a push to overhaul state and federal privacy laws.

The Australian Law Reform Commission discussion paper, released on Monday morning, recommended 47 legislative changes aimed at updating existing privacy laws for the digital age.

Read more on Financial Review.

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