Failure to comply with the provisions concerning information notices as per section 13 of the DP code, e.g.if no notice is provided or the notice is inadequate because it does not specify who the data controller is, what purposes are pursued, and that the system is connected with the local police, is punished by the administrative sanction set forth in section 161 of the DP Code.3.2.1. The processing of personal data in connection with video surveillance should be performed by complying with the measures and arrangements specified by the DPA as a result of a prior checking exercise, which may be initiated ex officio or else following the application lodged by the data controller (section 17 of the DP Code) if there are specific risks to data subjects' rights and fundamental freedoms and/or to their dignity; account is taken in this connection of the nature of the data, the processing arrangements and/or the effects produced by the processing.by configuring the software to only enable bird's-eye views in monitoring road traffic without zooming in images and making individuals identifiable.This is a requirement arising out of the data minimization principle, whereby IT systems and software should be configured in order to minimize the use of personal data (see section 3 of the DP Code);c.
By choosing to enter this website you are affirming under oath and penalties of perjury pursuant to Title 28 U. var voy_time = ; var priv_time = ; = true; self.gender_filter_cookie_name = 'webcam_gender_filter'; self.set_my_gender_cookie = function (gender) self.check_gender = function()(); self.get_my_gender_cookie = function () self.debugg = 0; self.show_ts = 1; var cams = ; self.won_from_json = function (a) , 'o' : function (a, b) , 's' : function (a, b) , 'v' : function(a,b) , 'z' : function(a,b) , 'F' : function(a,b) , 'h' : function(a,b) , 'G' : function(a,b) } self.dislike = function (a,e) var ref = ; for (var i in cat_counts) var myyank = yank(parent); for (var i in ref) myyank(); } } self.won_url = '/lvswon.cgi?This website contains information, links, images and videos of sexually explicit material (collectively, the “Sexually Explicit Material”).These preconditions are applicable to different sectors, which is why they are referred to separately in the paragraphs below as for the public and the private sector, respectively;b.for every IT system including the respective software to be designed from the start in such a way as to not use data related to identifiable individuals if the purposes of the processing can be achieved by only relying on anonymous data – e.g. Additional Precautions Applying to Video Surveillance Systems Deployed by Public Bodies, in particular by Local Authorities Having convened today in the presence of its President, Mr. Foreword The processing of personal data by means of video surveillance is not regulated by specific legislation; accordingly, the general provisions on personal data protection are applicable in this context. Use of Electronic Devices to Detect Traffic Violations 5.4. Daniele De Paoli; Having regard to the draft provision on video surveillance as approved by the Italian DPA on 22 December 2009 and forwarded to the Ministry for Home Affairs, the Union of Italian Provinces (UPI), and the National Association of Italian Municipalities (ANCI) in order to gather their specific comments as for the respective areas of competence;1.Obviously, this will only be possible following careful assessment to establish that the provision of an information notice would not hamper, indeed would enhance, the discharge of the specific tasks; account should also be taken that disclosing the presence and use of video surveillance systems often works as an effective deterrent. Those data controllers that decide to provide information notices are obviously empowered further to not apply the provisions of the DP Code referred to exhaustively in section 53(1), letters a. Finally, it should be pointed out that a suitable information notice must be provided whenever the processing of personal data by means of video surveillance as performed by law enforcement bodies and/or other public bodies does not fall within the scope of section 53 of the DP Code – e.g.To that end, data controllers may inform on the collection of images by means of video surveillance also through simplified notices, which should highlight that video surveillance systems are deployed for protecting ordre public and security and/or preventing, detecting and suppressing criminal offences – e.g. if video surveillance is used to detect and fine road traffic violations.3.1.3.The above requirements apply unquestionably to video surveillance systems coupled with the use of biometrics.The blanket, unrestrained use of biometrics information may factually entail the risk of substantially prejudicial effects for data subjects because of the peculiarities of that information; accordingly, it is necessary to prevent the inappropriate use and/or the misuse of biometrics data.