Perlustration in the Pathless Woods: Hamed v R

Auckland University Law Review, pp. 291-299, 2011

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Samuel Beswick

Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia; Harvard Law School

Date Written: November 1, 2011

Abstract

When retreating to a secluded forest one expects to escape the intrusions of modern society. At the same time, there is an acceptance that one’s activities, not hidden behind walls or beneath covers, may still be observed by passersby. But what are the implications when one’s activities are targeted and captured by unmanned surveillance cameras covertly installed by law enforcement officers?

Keywords: NZBORA, s21, Hamed, search, surveillance, video, visual

Suggested Citation

Beswick, Samuel, Perlustration in the Pathless Woods: Hamed v R (November 1, 2011). Auckland University Law Review, pp. 291-299, 2011, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2576791

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