Feb 042010
 
 February 4, 2010  Court, Non-U.S., Workplace

Kirsty Needham reports:

Australia Post has been accused of secretly monitoring Sydney postal workers using computerised street-side red letter boxes in breach of NSW surveillance laws.

But the postal service says it is entitled to spy on its staff because it is not subject to state laws.

The NSW Attorney-General, John Hatzistergos, has intervened in the dispute and will appear personally in the Federal Court today to argue Australia Post is answerable to criminal prosecution under the state workplace surveillance act.

Read more in The Age.

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