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Options for Monitoring of Spaces Publicly Inaccessible in the Context of Protection of Personal Data and Personal Rights


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1 Institute of Theory and History of State and Social-Science disciplines
2 Institute of Public law
 

The submitted article devotes to the protection of personal data, the protection of personal rights in connection to the use of monitoring devices – camera systems. It analyses legal regulation valid and effective up to 25.5.2018, namely the selected parts, which are assessed in view of suitability and sufficient protection of personal data of data subjects. Several of its parts are subject to scrutiny. Subsequently, the attention is given to the legal regulation effective from 25.5.2018, which is a response to the adoption of a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on protection of personal data of natural persons. Even though the original regulation is subjected to a relatively strong criticism, this new regulation does not contain even those guarantees, which are contained by the still effective act. Within this context, the conclusion contains the formulated specific recommendations and proposals to a significantly more effective protection of personal data of data subjects with regard to the used monitoring devices – camera systems.

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Monitoring Devices, Options For Monitoring Of Publicly Inaccessible Spaces, Options of Using the Information Obtained.
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Zuzana Kurucova
Institute of Theory and History of State and Social-Science disciplines
Marcela Tittlova
Institute of Public law

Abstract


The submitted article devotes to the protection of personal data, the protection of personal rights in connection to the use of monitoring devices – camera systems. It analyses legal regulation valid and effective up to 25.5.2018, namely the selected parts, which are assessed in view of suitability and sufficient protection of personal data of data subjects. Several of its parts are subject to scrutiny. Subsequently, the attention is given to the legal regulation effective from 25.5.2018, which is a response to the adoption of a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on protection of personal data of natural persons. Even though the original regulation is subjected to a relatively strong criticism, this new regulation does not contain even those guarantees, which are contained by the still effective act. Within this context, the conclusion contains the formulated specific recommendations and proposals to a significantly more effective protection of personal data of data subjects with regard to the used monitoring devices – camera systems.

Keywords


Monitoring Devices, Options For Monitoring Of Publicly Inaccessible Spaces, Options of Using the Information Obtained.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15759/ijek%2F2018%2Fv6i1%2F190268