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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | Australian police can surveil online content under new law; South Korean law requires cameras in operating rooms Related reading: US Commerce secretary would consider ban on Chinese companies accessing US citizens' data

  • Australia’s new Surveillance Legislation Amendment (Identify and Disrupt) Bill has given law enforcement agencies authority to surveil online content and modify, add, copy or delete information when investigating online crimes, Startup Daily reports. The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner, Digital Rights Watch and others have raised privacy concerns.
  • South Korean lawmakers passed legislation requiring surveillance cameras in hospital operating rooms in response to medical accidents involving unqualified staff, Reuters reports. The country is the first to require the recording of surgical procedures.

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