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01/08/2012

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Reading the blog whilst looking out at Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House from my suite at the Shangri la and sipping on fine champagne (it's 'diet coke' actually, but let's not spoil the ambience)! Any way, back to 'data protection'. My comment being that a few months back the Comm'r spoke at a DP Forum mtg and, as far as I recollect, seemed 'pretty happy' with how surveillance monitoring was being authorised and undertaken. But the annual report seems to indicate otherwise. Did I misinterpret; or, if not, what has changed?

DW

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