back to article Drones face privacy regulation under Oz government plan

A parliamentary report into regulation surrounding the use of drones has recommended that Australia consider creating a tort of privacy invasion – something ruled out by the country's attorney-general George Brandis as recently as April. In an example of the strange bedfellows politics can make, privacy activists and farming …

  1. Martin Budden

    someone's gotta do it

    If the Office of Fair Trading (or similar) don't bother monitoring & enforcing free-range labelling laws, is it really surprising that others are taking matters into their own hands?

  2. Anonymous Coward

    Ag gag

    Here's why. Won't somebody think of the poor farmers?

  3. Paul 129

    Why privacy?

    Being a manageable workplace risk shouldn't Safe Work Australia be involved...

    What could go wrong!

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