Sunday, 7 August 2011

Australia considers a statutory right to privacy

Since we can't get away from the subject of privacy, which threatens to take over the law on breach of confidence (which perhaps will eventually be sub-divided into privacy and trade secrets law so we can focus on the interesting part and leave the spoilt "celebrities" to their own devices), I was interested to learn that a statutory right to privacy was under consideration in Australia. Thanks to Ashley Tsacalos of Norton Rose, which after its pioneering work creating a national law firm - I somehow thought that the M5 group wasn't such ancient history as it actually is - is now a global one.

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