The Bavarian Data Protection Authority, which is the competent authority for more than 700,000 companies (including global players), associations and freelancers, has presented its seventh activity report for 2015/2016. The report is still mainly concerned with the application of German privacy law, but also deals with the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation. Private video surveillance (e.g., through wild cameras or dash cams) has emerged as one of the central topics in the activity report. The report states that the last few years have seen a constant increase in requests and complaints by data subjects. About one half of the complaints led to the detection of privacy breaches which, as a rule, also constituted administrative offences. File procedures, however, had been initiated only exceptionally, for reasons of capacity.