The Surveillance Devices Act 1998 regulates the use of some listening devices with regards to private conversation, some optical surveillance devices with regards to private activities and some tracking devices with regards to the location of object or a person. The surveillance device means any equipment, apparatus, instrument or device being used to listen, monitor or record the conversation.
According to the regulation of maintenance and installation
The State Records Act obtained the consent of Governor in November 2000, which was previously stated in the Government Gazette during November 2001. State Records Act of 2000 is result of long term commitment and hard work of former as well as current members of the Western Australia Recordkeeping Community, Parliamentary Counsels’ Office, Library Board of Western Australia and State Records Office.
State Records Act 2000 replaces the recordkeeping