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Viewing entries tagged with 'principle 3'

Recording of phone calls at the doctor’s Charles Mabbett
20 September 2016

Stethoscope in use

We are often asked if an employer can record the phone conversations in their workplace. A recent case before the Human Rights Review Tribunal put this question in sharp relief recently and serves as a good guide for employers. The answer is yes, but as you’ll see, conditions do apply.

Barking dogs and listening devices Joanna Hayward
17 March 2016


Barking dogs can be a real neighbourhood nightmare. Dog owners have a legal obligation to take all reasonable steps to ensure their dog’s barking doesn’t cause a nuisance to others.

Making a statement Tim Henwood
26 June 2015


Last year, we launched ‘Making the Future’, our technology strategy. One of the key goals we set for ourselves was to make privacy easy for business. When we talked to people about the strategy last year, they asked for simple tools. Today, we’re launching the first of these – Priv-o-matic.