Sep 022011
 September 2, 2011  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Peter Michael reports:

Queensland’s Privacy Commission plans to audit the booming numbers of CCTV camera networks to thwart concerns about “significant” abuses of vision obtained by hidden surveillance.

The move comes after The Courier-Mail this week revealed police were investigating fresh leads after security footage stolen from Cairns’ Reef casino of public sex and bar fights had been posted to YouTube.

Officials admit they do not know how many hidden cameras and security networks are tracking our everyday movements.

Read more on: The Courier-Mail

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