SA IN-CABIN RECORDING FOR A UBER

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  1. tonz18

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    Im a Uber driver in South Australia and I'm wounding if I'm legally allowed to record (video and audio) inside my vehicle while passages are aboard.

    This would be strictly for safely.

    I've had a look at the Passenger Transport Regulations 2009 Section 6 which only mentions that Taxi's must have a camera fitted by a approved installer and only few people can access the recordings.

    The vehicle is registered as a passenger vehicle, Which I believe makes it a public area therefore would it be the same as a shop owner recording inside there shop. would a sign need to be displayed to notify passengers of the recording.
     
  2. Tim W

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    Ask the department that regulates Uber in South Australia?

    If Uber is legal in South Australia,
    then start thinking about the car as your workplace.
    In which case, think about the Workplace Surveillance laws in South Australia,
    and go from there.
     
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