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Video surveillance and data protection – high fines are threatening

Many hoteliers and restaurateurs have already installed a video surveillance system on their premises or indoors. This often serves to prevent security-related events (theft, vandalism, etc.) or the protection of guests.

New from May 2018: EU GDPR

However, many operators of the facilities are unaware that according to the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) a prior check or shortly after the EU data protection regulation (EU-DSGVO) has a so-called data protection impact assessment by the data protection officer of the company. Because a video surveillance represents a massive interference with the privacy rights of the filmed persons. Here the management of the company is in the duty. Very high fines are already threatening, which as of May 2018 are expected to shoot at astronomical heights. Therefore, we recommend you as your full-service IT provider the advice of a certified data protection officer. Talk to us under 0511 / 353242-0 or under

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