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Title Lateline: 15/10/15
Published Australia : ABC, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (37 min. 17 sec.) ; 214687105 bytes
Summary HOW IS OUR PRIVATE DATA BEING COLLECTED BY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND WHAT IS IT BEING USED FOR?Following a meeting of national security and law enforcement agencies, Lateline asks the question: are we sliding into mass surveillance, on the back of increased security powers and facial recognition technology.PANEL: PROFESSOR ALAN DUPONT, PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND NICKY HAGER, AN AUTHOR AND INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISTTony Jones hosts a panel on the future of data and its use by agencies in combatting terrorist activities and asks whether there is enough oversight to protect us from abuse or over-reach.INTERVIEW: MARLON JAMES, BOOKER PRIZE WINNING AUTHORInterview with Marlon James in London about his remarkable book 'A Brief History of Seven Killings' which was inspired by the assassination attempt on Bob Marley and the music of the era
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-10-15 at 22:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Authors, Jamaican.
Radicalism.
Records retention -- Law and legislation.
Terrorism -- Prevention.
England -- London.
Australia.
Form Streaming video
Author Jones, Tony, host
O'Neill, Margot, reporter
Dorling, Philip, contributor
Dupont, Alan, contributor
Faulkner, John, contributor
Hager, Nicky, contributor
Hookings, Eric, contributor
James, Marlon, contributor
Keenan, Michael, contributor
Moriarty, Greg, contributor
Snowden, Edward, contributor
Wells, David, contributor
Xenophon, Nick, contributor