On 24 February 2015, the DPA issued Resolution No. 10/2015 (Resolution 10) which sets forth certain conditions on when to proceed with the collection and treatment of digital images of individuals for security purposes. In this regard, the data collector shall obtain previous consent from the data owner. Such consent can be obtained by means of placing a sign that clearly indicates the presence of security cameras / recorders. Resolution 10 includes by reference an example of a sign that can be used by data collectors. A sign will not be necessary when the images are collected (i) in a private event, (ii) by the State when exercising its authority, or (iii) within a private property. Resolution 10 also establishes certain obligations that the data collector should follow when collecting images for security reasons (e.g., the images can only be used for the purposes that are collected, private rights shall not be affected, images shall be deleted after the term has elapsed). Also, data collectors shall adopt a mechanism to enable data owners to exercise their rights, and therefore grant access or request to rectify or delete the images in accordance with the provisions of the Law.