Jun 222015
 June 22, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Non-U.S.

Voxy reports:

The [New Zealand] Broadcasting Standards Authority has released two new privacy decisions.

The Authority upheld a complaint about footage broadcast of a half-naked person as part of a police reality TV series. In the programme, a police boat approached ‘boaties’ about optional breath-testing, including the complainant, who was on a private boat in a public but remote waterway. Privacy compensation of $1,000 was awarded to the complainant.


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