The Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner published its guiding principles and checklist for public sector organizations that monitor or analyze personal data. The guiding principles of surveillance under the Privacy and Data Protection Act are legality, legitimate aim, necessity, proportionality, safeguards, nondiscrimination, and complaints and remedies. Surveillance could include use of closed-circuit television, analytics software, artificial intelligence, user management and monitoring tools or tracking employee logins. The accompanying checklist is intended to allow organizations to identify and evaluate their surveillance programs to support a privacy and human rights-enhancing strategy.
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