Interesting article. Quotes of note: "In 1900... the enactment of the first privacy laws in the United States. Now, more than a century later, the United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand have also recognised a right to privacy. Australia is yet to do so." "Cases in the US, UK and New Zealand tell us that courts will rarely rule that an individual in a public place, such as on the streets of Brisbane or the London underground, has a reasonable expectation of privacy." "We need to begin an informed debate in Australia about the appropriate balance of legal rights in a photograph and to adjudicate the claims of those behind the camera against those whose image is captured and published without their consent."