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Footnotes

Chapter 1 Aviation Transport Security Amendment (Screening) Bill 2012

[1]       House of Representatives, Votes and Proceedings, No. 90, 16 February 2012, p. 1243.

[2]       The Hon. Mr Anthony Albanese MP, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, House of Representatives Hansard, 16 February 2012, p. 1571; Department of Infrastructure and Transport (DIT), Submission 9, p. 1.

[3]       The Hon. Mr Anthony Albanese MP, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, ‘Strengthening Aviation Security’, 9 February 2010, <http://www.minister.infrastructure.gov.au/aa/releases/2010/February/AA024_2010.aspx>viewed 14 March 2012. Information on the Strengthening Aviation Security Initiative is at <http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/transport/security/aviation/strengthening.aspx> viewed 14 March 2012.

[4]       The Hon. Mr Anthony Albanese MP, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, House of Representatives Hansard, 16 February 2012, p. 1571.

[5]       DIT, Submission 9, Attachment C, p. 3.

[6]       Referred on 1 March 2012: Senate Selection of Bills Committee, Report No. 2 of 2012, 1 March 2012, p. [3]. <http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate_Committees?url=selectionbills_ctte/reports/2012/> viewed 1 March 2012.

[7]       Senate Selection of Bills Committee, Report No. 2 of 2012, 1 March 2012, Appendix 1.

[8]       The Hon. Mr Anthony Albanese MP, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, House of Representatives Hansard, 16 February 2012, p. 1572.

[9]       Aviation Transport Security Amendment (Screening) Bill 2012, Explanatory Memorandum (EM), p. 6.

[10]     The Hon. Mr Anthony Albanese MP, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, House of Representatives Hansard, 16 February 2012, pp. 1-2.

[11]     Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA), Radiation Basics – Ionising and Non Ionising Radiation, January 2012, <http://arpansa.gov.au/radiationprotection/basics/ion_nonion.cfm> viewed 21 February 2012.

[12]     ARPANSA, Airport Passenger Screening Technologies, February 2012, <http://arpansa.gov.au/radiationprotection/Factsheets/is_AirportScreening.cfm> viewed 21 February 2012.

[13]     ARPANSA, Airport Passenger Screening Technologies, February 2012, <http://arpansa.gov.au/radiationprotection/Factsheets/is_AirportScreening.cfm> viewed 21 February 2012; DIT, Supplementary Submission 9.1, p. [8].

[14]     Andrea and Michael Schafer, Submission 5, p. [1].

[15]     Australian Airline Pilots’ Association (AusALPA), Submission 10, p. [8].

[16]     Queensland Council for Civil Liberties, Submission 8, p. 3.

[17]     DIT, Submission 9, pp. 2-3.

[18]     DIT, Submission 9, Attachment B, pp. [1]-[2].

[19]     Richard Preston, Submission 2; Amy Tomoe, Submission 6, p. [1].

[20]     Queensland Council for Civil Liberties, Submission 8, p. 3.

[21]     AusALPA, Submission 10, p. [6].

[22]     Andrea and Michael Schafer, Submission 5, p. [1]; Amy Tomoe, Submission 6, p. [1].

[23]     Australian Privacy Foundation (APF), Submission 12, Response to the PIA Report on Body Scanning, p. 5, and Appendix 3.

[24]     Dr. Justin Hastings, Submission 7, pp. [1] and [2].

[25]     DIT, Submission 9, p. 1.

[26]     DIT, Submission 9, Attachment A, pp. 28-29.

[27]     DIT, Submission 9, p. 2.

[28]     DIT, Submission 9, Attachment A, p. 28.

[29]     Julie McKinnon, Submission 3; Dr. Josh McGuigan, Submission 4; Andrea and Michael Schafer, Submission 5, p.[2].

[30]     APF, Submission 12, p. 3; AusALPA, Submission 10, p. [15]; Civil Liberties Australia, Submission 11, p. [1].

[31]     Andrea and Michael Schafer, Submission 5, p. [1].

[32]     DIT, Submission 9, Attachment A, p. 35.

[33]     DIT, Submission 9, Attachment A, p. 35.

[34]     DIT, Submission 9, Attachment A, p. 29.

[35]     When scanners were introduced in the US, privacy concerns were raised about the way that 3D ‘nude scans’ were made, and potentially retained, contrary to policy dictates. See, for example, J Johnson, ‘One hundred naked citizens: one hundred leaked body scans’, 16 November 2010, <http://gizmodo.com/5690749/> viewed 23 February 2012. These concerns were echoed in early debate about the introduction of scanners in Australia.

[36]     D Jopson, ‘Almost half set off alarms in airport body scanner trial’, Sydney Morning Herald, 5 March 2012, <http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/political-news/almost-half-set-off-alarms-in-airport-body-scanner-trial-20120304-1ub3t.html> viewed 5 March 2012; Queensland Council for Civil Liberties, Submission 8, p. 2.

[37]     Civil Liberties Australia, Submission 11, p. [1].

[38]     APF, Submission 12, Response to the PIA Report on Body Scanning, p. 6.

[39]     Andreas Markauskas, Submission 1.

[40]     Office of the Australian Information Commissioner, Submission 13, pp. 2-3.

[41]     DIT, Submission 9, Attachment A, p. 17.

[42]     Office of Australian Information Commissioner, ‘Information Sheet (Private Sector) 1A: National Privacy Principles’, February 2008, <http://www.privacy.gov.au/materials/types/infosheets/view/6583> viewed 14 March 2012.

[43]     DIT, Submission 9, Attachment A, pp. 34-35.

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