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Why Voyeurs can get away with it

By Kelley J. Burton

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The Standing Committee of Attorneys-General released a discussion paper in August 2005 entitled, ‘Unauthorised Photographs on the Internet and Ancillary Privacy Issues’ to raise awareness of the issues stemming from the widespread ownership and use of mobile phone cameras and small digital cameras, and the ability to disseminate photographs and film to a wider audience via the internet without the knowledge or consent of the person photographed or filmed. The current offences in the Criminal Code (Qld) are inadequate and a new voyeurism offence may be introduced soon

Topics: 180110 Criminal Law and Procedure, visual images, voyeurism, privacy
Publisher: Queensland Law Society
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:4175
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