Information Regarding Processing of Personal Information - CAMERA SYSTEMS
By entering our video cameras’ fields of view you have appeared in our records. Therefore, we process your personal information in the form of a video record.
This document contains basic information regarding processing your personal information. It was prepared in accordance with the Regulation of the European Parliament and EU Council 2016/679 from 27 April 2016 about the protection of natural persons in terms with the processing of personal information, about free transfer of this information, and repealing Directive 95/46/ES (GDPR).
1) ADMINISTRATOR OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
An administrator is a person who either by him/herself or with others defines purposes and decides on the way the personal information will be processed.
The administrator of your information is the company Fiala & Šebek - Visual Communications a.s. – IČ 27818357, with its registered office in Klecany, Na Hradišti 392, post code: 25067, registered at Commercial Register kept at the Municipal Court in Prague under the file number B 14026.
The administrator may be contacted via:
tel.: +420 284 689 444, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2) PURPOSE FOR WHICH PERSONAL INFORMATION IS REQUIRED AND LEGITIMICY OF ITS PROCESSING
Camera systems are used to protect and keep secure our property.
This purpose is our legitimate interest within the meaning of Art. 6, para. 1, letter f) of GDPR , so the legality of the processing of this information is satisfied.
Our legitimate interests, in particular, are proper execution of contractual obligations, proper execution of all legal duties, protection of our business and property and, last but not least, protec tion of environment and ensuring sustainable development.
3) PERSONAL INFORMATION AND ITS PROCESSING
Personal details which are processed are the video records. The camera is located at the entrance door to our building at the address: Bořanovická 41, Prague.
Video records are filed onsite. These are only viewed by appointed members of staff if criminal actions are suspected or if demanded by the Police CR.
The location is not under permanent surveillance.
No administrator is involved in the record processing.
3.2 TERM OF PROCESSING
Records are kept for a maximum of 28 days. After this period, they are automatically deleted.
In case criminal activities are suspected, they will be kept in accordance with the instructions provided by prosecuting authorities.
3.3 DATA TRANSFER
Camera records are not handed over to another party. They a re exclusively used for our internal inspection. The only exception is if a criminal activity is suspected. In this case, we are obliged to provide the prosecuting authorities with the required records.
We will not transfer the personal information to countries outside the European Unio n or the European Economic Area or to any international organisations.
4) YOUR RIGHTS
Related to the processing of your personal information, you are guaranteed your rights as defined in this article. You may claim your rights with the administrator at the above-mentioned contact details - either in person at the office in Bořanovická 41, 182 00 Prague 8, or in writing also at this address (in this case we kindly ask you to have your identity verified to ensure that your personal information is not handed over to a third party).
All statements regarding exercising your rights will be provided by the administrator free of charge. However, should your request be clearly unreasonable or disproportional, especially if repeated, the administrator is entitled to charge you a reasonable fee to cover the administrative costs arising from providing you with the information. In case of repeated claims for issuing copies of processed personal information, the administrator reserves the right to charge a reasonable fee to cover the administrative costs arising from these claims.
The statement and possible information regarding the measures taken will be issued without undue delay, within one month at the latest. The administrator is entitled to extend the term by up to two months if need be or with regards to the complexity and the number of requests, in which case you will be informed about the extent including the reason for the delay by the processor.
4.1 THE RIGHT FOR INFORMATION REGARDING PROCESSING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
You are entitled to demand the information from the administrator whether your persona l information is being processed or not. Provided your personal information is being processed, you may require from the administrator mainly the information regarding his/her identity, contact details, his/her deputy or a delegated person for personal information protection, reasons for processing personal information, categories of given personal information, recipients or categories of recipients of personal information, authorised administrators, lists of your rights, the possibility to approach the Office for Personal Data Protection (Úřad pro ochranu osobních údajů, pplk. Sochora 27, 170 00 Prague 7), sources of processed personal information and also about the automated decision making and profiling.
In case the administrator intends to process your personal information for a different purpose from which it has been gained, he/she will provide you with the information about this different purpose and other relevant information prior to this announ ced processing.
This document already contains the information you will be provided concerning the exercising of your rights. However, it should not prevent you from requesting the information again.
4.2 THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO PERSONAL INFORMATION
You are entitled to request from the administrator the information whether your personal information is being processed or not. Provided it is being processed, you are guaranteed access to the information regarding the purposes of processing, categories of given personal information, recipients or categories of recipients, storage period, information regarding your rights (the right to demand correction or deletion, limited processing, to raise objection against the processing), the right to lodge a complaint with the Office of Personal Data Protection (Úřad pro ochranu osobních údajů), information regarding the source of personal information, whether automated decision-making and profiling take place, the procedure used as well as the meaning and supposed consequences of such a procedure for you as well as information and undertakings provided the personal information is handed over to a third country or an international organisation. You have the right to be provided with copies of processed personal information. However, the rights and freedom of other persons may not be adversely affected by your right to obtain a copy.
4.3 THE RIGHT TO CORRECTION
Generally speaking, in certain situations you bear the right to correction of your personal information. Regarding the camera records, however, this right is not applicable.
4.4 THE RIGHT TO ERASURE (THE RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN)
In some particular cases, you may demand the administrator to erase your personal information, for example, processed information that is no longer needed for the abovementioned purposes.
The administrator erases personal i nformation automatically when the necessity has expired. However, you may approach him/her with your claim at any time. Your requirement then is subject to judgement. (Despite your right to erase, the administrator may still bear a duty or legitimate interests to retain your personal information.) You will be informed in detail about how it was handled.
4.5 THE RIGHT TO RESTRICTION OF PROCESSING
The administrator processes your personal information only to the necessary extent. However, if you feel that the administrator, has, for example, exceeded the abovementioned specified purposes for which your personal information is being processed, you are entitled to claim your personal information only to be processed for the utmost necessary legal purposes or to be blocked. Your claim will be individually assessed. You will be subsequently informed about how it was handled in detail.
4.6 THE RIGHT TO PORTABILITY
If you wish the administrator provided another administrator or a company with your personal information, the administrator will transfer your personal information in a corresponding format to your designated entity provided no legal or other significant obstacles will prevent him/her from doing so.
Regarding the video records, however, this right is not applicable.
4.7 THE RIGHT TO RAISE AN OBJECTION, AND AUTOMATED INDIVIDUAL DECISION-MAKING
If you have learned or you only suspect that the administrator processes the personal information in breach of the protection of your private and personal life or legislation (provided that the personal information is processed by the administrator on the basis of public or legitimate interests or it is processed for the purposes of direct marketing including profiling, or for the purposes of statistics, scientific or historical significance), you are entitled to approach the administrator and demand the explanation or to re ctify the defective state.
The objection may be also raised even directly against the automated decision-making and profiling. (In case of video records, the automated decision-making and profiling do not occur, so this right is not applicable.)
4.8 THE RIGHT TO LODGE A COMPLAINT AT ÚŘAD PRO OCHRANU OSOBNÍCH ÚDAJŮ
You may approach the supervisory body of the Office of Personal Data Protection (Úřad na ochranu osobních údajů), with its registered office at Pplk. Sochora 27, 170 00 Prague 7, website https://www.uoou.cz/ with your proceedings or a complaint regarding processing the personal information.
This document has been valid since 25/5/2018. It may be updated anytime.