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Report 48 - The coercive information-gathering powers of Government Agencies 2008

Administrative Review Council report

Administrative law
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The Coercive Information-gathering Powers of Government Agencies

Coercive information-gathering powers are important powers possessed and widely used by many government agencies. In this report the Council describes a range of best-practice principles it considers will ensure that agencies use the powers effectively, efficiently and with due regard to individual rights.