Banning Lock-On Devices in QLD
Posted on: Wed 4 Sep 2019
The Lock-On protest tactic is considered “non-violent civil-disobedience”, and reduces the risk of a group stand-off between protesters and authorities.
However, The Queensland Government has proposed laws to outlaw the use or possession of protest lock-on devices.
Aidan Ricketts, Lecturer at the School of Law and Justice at Southern Cross University joins Breakfast’s Tom Mann and Zoe Kounadis to explain the proposed laws.
Produced by Tom Mann
Image Sourced: Leard State Forest (CC BY 2.0)