Recording of Telephone Calls. -Reply
Mon, 12 Oct 1998 09:49:05 +1000
On Thu, 01 Oct 1998 01:58:25 +1000, Adam Todd <firstname.lastname@example.org> asked:
>can anyone (many ones?) tell me what their interpretation of the law
>>regarding recording of Telephone Conversation might be?
I re-posted the above to padvocacy.
Chris COWPER <ChrisCowper@hreoc.gov.au> (Privacy Commner's Office) advises:
>The ACIF guidelines on particpant monitoring include a bit about
>the Commonwealth and State legislation on the issue and a brief
>summary table of state listening devices laws. It is available
>on the acif web site
ACIF G516 Guideline - Participant Monitoring of Communications
ACIF G517 Guideline - Monitoring of Communications for Network Operation
A warning, but: the ACIF arrangement is one of the great cons of our time:
an utterly toothless tiger ...
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