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Video surveillance
The case law across Europe on the use of video surveillance is possibly richer than case law on any other data protection issue – but there is always some new...
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A court in Germany rendered a decision on 24 September 2020, re-affirming the position of supervisory authorities and courts in Europe that processing of data by CCTV in a public...
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Serbian In the past two days, the recently appointed head of Serbian data protection supervisory authority announced one radical move and sharply criticized some provisions in Serbia’s new data protection...
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On 18 June 2019, the French data protection supervisory authority (CNIL) issued a decision on video surveillance at work. The Uniontrad Company case demonstrates that a law specifically regulating the...
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A recent judgment by the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) – Antovic and Mirkovic v. Montenegro (28 November 2017) – attracted a fair amount of commentary that focused on...
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In December 2016, the Montenegrin Personal Data Protection Agency (“Agency”) conducted an inspection related to video surveillance in a tavern in the city of Kotor. The Agency made a formal...
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In October 2015, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) upheld a ruling of the Personal Data Protection Agency (“Agency”) which found unlawful the use of surveillance cameras by the...
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