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Garrigues | European Union, Spain | 9 Jun 2022

Private investigators and video surveillance: a new variation giving greater leeway to the practice of monitoring workers on CCTV

Television (CCTV) cameras to monitor suspicious conduct of workers without informing the employees in advance. There have been an extensive number of…
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Garrigues | European Union, Spain | 26 May 2022

Detectives y videovigilancia: una nueva variante en la cada vez más flexible posibilidad de controlar a los trabajadores a través de una cámara

La posición de la Justicia en relación con el uso de cámaras de videovigilancia sin previo aviso para controlar conductas sospechosas de los…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, France | 25 May 2022

French government faces surveillance collective complaint

A digital rights group plans to file a GDPR complaint against France’s interior ministry and the government over their allegedly unlawful use of video cameras and facial recognition.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Spain | 17 May 2022

Spanish data watchdog expands surveillance footage retention rules

The Spanish data regulator has found that an individual’s right of access to video surveillance footage in the context of a damages claim outweighed a supermarket’s obligation under national data laws to delete the data within one month.
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Bird & Bird LLP | European Union, United Kingdom | 2 May 2022

European Data Protection Bulletin

On 22 February 2022, the EDPB issued its Guidelines 04/2021 on Codes of Conduct as tools for transfers (the “Guidelines”). The Guidelines are intended…
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Bristows | United Kingdom | 13 Apr 2022

Surveillance technologies in vehicles - Part 2: Lots of cameras are left in this vehicle overnight

Video surveillance has a variety of uses in commercial vehicles. Perhaps the most interesting of these applications, and the most worthy of writing…
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Lexology PRO | USA | 12 Apr 2022

FTC eyes new privacy rules

US Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan has said her agency is considering expanding its rules and aiming complaints at the big and middlemen players in data collection.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 28 Mar 2022

Lawmakers stake their positions on AI Act

With ambitions for a final text to be voted on in November 2022, MEPs are setting out their stalls on amendments to the AI Act – with biometric data and mass surveillance some of the main points of contention.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, USA | 25 Mar 2022

Uncertainty continues as new EU-US data flows deal agreed

The Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework is likely to ease transfers from the EU to the US in the short term, but scrutiny of the new adequacy measure’s redress mechanism is inevitable.
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Astor Legal | Australia | 16 Mar 2022

Is It Legal to Record a Phone Call in Australia?

In Australia, it is against the law to record a private conversation without the consent of the other person. The Telecommunications Interception and…
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