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You can also report migrant exploitation via Crimestoppers, which provides an anonymous and simple way to pass on information to authorities.There are two ways you can contact Crimestoppers via 0800 555 111 or through an email form available on their website https:// Please note that all reports of migrant exploitation will be treated in the usual manner and participation in the research commissioned by MBIE does not guarantee any outcome in relation to a report of migrant exploitation.We also offer 1 hour email consults to clients based in NZ, please select this option from the list below.Addressing the exploitation of migrants is a priority for the New Zealand Government.Temporary migrants, who breach their visa conditions by working in the New Zealand sex industry, are vulnerable to exploitation.Migrants who don't hold any visa to be in New Zealand are even more vulnerable.So what about the reasonable expectation of privacy?

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(A Google search for ‘Christchurch sex romp’ brings up all the articles.) Was the tort of publication of private facts committed?These consultations however are only to clients based in NZ.Please select this option on the list below if required.As in England, though, the situation in New Zealand is not that simple.In order to establish the tort of publication of private facts, the couple would have to show two things: first, that they had a reasonable expectation of privacy in the video of the so-called ‘sex romp’ and probably also, that the publicity given to the video was highly offensive ( [2005] 1 NZLR 1). Courts have held that a publication might not be offensive if it shows the claimant in a positive light or uses their story to highlight an important social issue. Disclosures which are designed to mock or humiliate are generally seen as particularly offensive.

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