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|Title:||Surveillance, big data and democracy: lessons for Australia from the US and UK|
|Author:||de Zwart, M.J.|
Van Dissel, B.
|Citation:||University of New South Wales Law Journal, 2014; 37(2):713-747|
|Publisher:||Law School, University of New South Wales|
|Melissa De Zwart, Sal Humphreys and Beatrix Van Dissel|
|Abstract:||Whether discourse of privacy is sufficient to address new paradigm of information flow and control - confronting a set of practices concerning collection, aggregation, sharing, interrogation and uses of data - scale that crosses private and public boundaries, jurisdictional boundaries - boundaries between reality and simulation.|
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