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Katina Michael, vice chair of the Australian Privacy Foundation says: ''The individual has the right to say no to...

Katina Michael, vice chair of the Australian Privacy Foundation says: ''The individual has the right to say no to something that they might perceive to invade their locational or bodily privacy. On the other hand, carers have a responsibility to keep their loved ones safe, as does the state its citizens.''
Michael argues the decision ''intimately affects the person's way of life'' and is not to be taken lightly.

Read more: http://www.watoday.com.au/lifestyle/keeping-tabs-on-dad-20130628-2p0or.html#ixzz2XxZFoV7J
http://www.watoday.com.au/lifestyle/keeping-tabs-on-dad-20130628-2p0or.html#ixzz2XxZFoV7J

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