SourceGreen is the New Red
By Will Potter
A U.S.-style “ag-gag” proposal to restrict undercover investigations has just been defeated in South Australia.
TheSurveillance Devices Bill would have cracked down on undercover investigations—particularly those by animal rights groups—by criminalizing the publication of undercover video.
Activists and journalists would have faced a $15,000 fine or imprisonment of three years. Organizations involved in the investigations would face a maximum penalty of $75,000.
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