This paper outlines privacy and data protection concerns of this tracking, profiling and targeting ecosystem that can also be used beyond digital advertising to seek to manipulate the opinion forming process, and there are significant concerns about the consequences of this ecosystem for democracy.
This project is a research and advocacy initiative launched by BEUC and aimed at addressing the issues that plague the digital consumers of today and undermine the digital society as a whole.
This report provides an in-depth overview of the social, political and economic urgency in identifying what we call the ‘new surveillance workplace’.
The aim of the guidelines is to provide elements to examine, whether surveillance measures allowing access to personal data by public authorities in a third country can be regarded as a justifiable interference or not.
US government has prepared this White Paper to provide a detailed discussion on its access to data for national security purposes.
This guidance is intended to assist the users of these recording devices in determining whether they are a ‘controller’ with obligations under data protection law, or whether their actions fall within the personal or household exemption.
EDPB adopted guidelines on GDPR application to video surveillance, smart video devices, recorded sensitive data, lawfulness, exemptions and video sharing.
This guidance is intended to assist owners and occupiers of premises, in particular those that are workplaces or are otherwise accessible to the public, to understand their responsibilities and obligations regarding data protection when using CCTV.