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Gods of Egypt surveillance issue settled

31 March 2014 2:20 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

The producers of Gods of Egypt have dropped a clause in the crew contracts which would have enabled them to access employees. work computers, emails and files.

The Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance objected to this provision as unlawful and a breach of its members' privacy.

The producers had sought the right to carry out intermittent surveillance of crew members. work-related computers including records of internet sites and pages visited, files downloaded, video and audio files accessed and data input during work hours or for work purposes.

The union said this clause would breach the Nsw Workplace Surveillance Act 2005 because the surveillance methods had not been disclosed, the surveillance was unauthorised and it would capture the personal devices and equipment of the personal property of employees and contractors.

.While the Meaa understands that producers take certain steps to preserve and protect the intellectual property associated with productions, this clause well »

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Gods of Egypt rolls in Sydney

20 March 2014 4:36 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Gods of Egypt, Alex Proyas. fantasy action-adventure starring Gerard Butler, Game of Thrones. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Geoffrey Rush and Brenton Thwaites, started shooting on Thursday at the Fox Studios.

The budget is reportedly $150 million, financed by Us studio Summit Entertainment with support from the Nsw government.s Investment Attraction Scheme.

When he announced the grant, Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner said the production will create an estimated 400 jobs in the local industry and contribute around $75 million in direct production expenditure to the Nsw economy.

Stoner said several of the State.s visual effects companies would be used to create the film.s sets, landscapes and creatures.

Entertainment One (formerly Hopscotch eOne) gets the Australian rights via its output deal with Summit. Based on Egyptian mythology, the screenplay is by Proyas, Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless, the team behind Universal.s Dracula Untold, which opens here in October.

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