This paper discusses the need for detention without charge in terrorist cases in Australia. The paper examines the way that terrorism has changed in the past decade and concludes that detention without charge is needed in terrorist cases in Australia because of the exceptional problems posed by terrorism and counter terrorism. It is also argued that safeguards need to be imposed to ensure that human rights are protected as far as possible.
|Title of host publication||From Dataveillance to Uberveillance and the Realpolitik of the Transparent Society|
|Editors||Katina Michael, M.G. Michael|
|Place of Publication||Wollongong, Australia|
|Publisher||University of Wollongong Press|
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
O'Brien, N. (2007). The Case for Detention Without Charge in Suspected Terrorism Cases in Australia. In K. Michael, & M. G. Michael (Eds.), From Dataveillance to Uberveillance and the Realpolitik of the Transparent Society (1 ed., pp. 113-116).  University of Wollongong Press.