Privacy and Dataveillance,
and Organisational Strategy
Roger Clarke

Keynote Address for the
Conference of the I.S. Audit & Control Association
(EDPAC'96), Perth, 28 May 1996

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This Keynote Address was the first occasion on which my general paper on Privacy Strategy was presented. Because it's a living paper, modified on an ongoing basis, I recommend that you read the current version, rather than the original version I presented in Perth in May 1996.

The special segment on implications for delegates to the conference is reproduced below.

Implications for IS control and audit professionals:

This paper has not focussed specifically on the interests of members of the information systems audit profession. The following implications are, however, readily drawn:


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