At least 65 private individuals have received fines for GDPR violations in the EU since 2018. The total number of GDPR fines since the law came into force in 2018 is 1,186, but only large fines against major corporations tend to make the news. Still, private citizens can just as easily end up in court […]
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The steady growth of the use of video surveillance systems across public and private sectors, has led to both fixed and mobile cameras becoming more accepted in society. As video surveillance technology becomes more mainstream and affordable, it is now more common to see technologies such as smart doorbells and wireless cameras. Traditional closed circuit […]
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CCTV In general, CCTV is directed at viewing and/or recording the activities of individuals. Therefore, most uses of CCTV by organisations or businesses will be covered by the DPA. The ICO has also issued a code of practice that provides recommendations on the use of CCTV systems to help organisations comply with the DPA. CCTV […]
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