Jul 152015
 July 15, 2015  Posted by  Govt, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Nicholas Jones reports:

The number of times agencies such as the Police and Inland Revenue receive personal data from a range of companies is to be revealed.

Companies that hand over the information – often without a warrant or the knowledge of the customer – will now be asked to provide a record of requests to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner, which will publish a record.

Read more on the NZ Herald.

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