should a tort of privacy exists in Australia

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January 10, 2013

 

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Defining Privacy: The term ‘privacy’ has been difficult to obtain a universally accepted definition between legal scholars. In ALRC 22 it was noted that ‘the very term “privacy” is one fraught with difficulty. The concept is an elusive one’. As Professor J Thomas McCarthy noted, ‘Like the emotive word ‘freedom’, ‘privacy’ means so many different things to so many different people that it has lost any precise legal connotation that it might once have had...
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Defining Privacy: The term ‘privacy’ has been difficult to obtain a universally accepted definition between legal scholars. In ALRC 22 it was noted that ‘the very term “privacy” is one fraught with difficulty. The concept is an elusive one’. As Professor J Thomas McCarthy noted, ‘Like the emotive word ‘freedom’, ‘privacy’ means so many different things to so many different people that it has lost any precise legal connotation that it might once have had...
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