Information regarding the privacy of personal data (video surveillance) According to EU regulation 679/2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data, IPORO COM S.R.L. is a data operator. Contact data of IPORO COM S.R.L., social headquarters: Brasov, Garii Boulevard nr.20, ap.65, Brasov County, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 0742 970 970.
IPORO COM S.R.L., collects and processes video records, respectively images, with the video surveillance system, in order to monitor the access in the accommodation unit, to ensure the security of accommodation spaces, of the goods and values of the company, as well as the safety of the persons in the accommodation unit, in order to fight crime.Video surveillance is used only if the conventional methods are considerably less effective in achieving the previously mentioned goals, according to the risk analysis of physical security.IPORO COM S.R.L. does not process the personal data obtained with video surveillance for personal gain, moreover the video surveillance system is not used for monitoring employees or business partners activities, nor is it used for employees clocking.The video surveillance system was installed after a series of risk analysis of physical security:· Access areas and public spaces;· Staff only areas;· Building surroundings for the protection of exterior areas; Storage areas and manoeuvring of documents supports areas.Areas in which the expectancy of private life are high, are not monitored, as such: toilets, showers or other similar areas. In case of a legitimate interest of IPORO COM S.R.L. (justified in an adequate way) and only after the execution of an impact assessment ( according to the regulation 679/2016 and Decision nr. 174/2018 of National Authority For the Supervisory of Personal Data Processing), video cameras are/can be installed in other areas. In this case, in the monitored area, a notice sign must be installed as well.
Data is legally processed, according to: Law no 333/2003, regarding the security of objectives, goods and values, safety of persons and norms of application of said law: Decision no 301 of 11 April 2012, for the approval of Methodological Norms of Law no 333/2003 regarding the security of objectives, goods and values, and safety of persons. EU Regulation 679/2016 regarding the protection of natural persons with regard of personal data processing. Law no 190/2018 regarding norms of application of UE Regulation 679/2016 of the European Parliament and the Council of 27 April 2016, regarding the protection of natural persons with regard of personal data processing. Decision no 174/2018 of The National Supervisory Authority For Personal Data Processing, regarding the list of operations for which it is mandatory the execution of an impact assessment regarding the protection of personal data.
To the extend permitted by law, for the fulfillment of our contractual obligations, as well as our law obligations, we can give access to the video records to a national authority (at the request of the criminal investigation department or at the request of Law Court).
Collected data are kept in digital form, and for their protection there are a series of technical and organisational measures being implemented. Video time storage limitations according to the law. Restricted access to the storage area where the video DVD’s are stored. Limited access to the real time footage for employees and guard agents.· Restricted access to the video records. Only the system administrator (named by IPORO COM S.R.L), can give, modify or cancel the user’s access. Training regarding data confidentiality and agreement of confidentiality for the persons (employees of IPORO COM S.R.L., or authorised persons) who can watch the real time footage or have access to the video records. Contractual assurance, or via agreements, that the authorised persons implement technical and organisational measures regarding data protection.
Collected personal data, are stored in areas and on equipments found within IPORO COM S.R.L. Storage duration is applied according to the law (30 days), after which the video records are automatically deleted in the order they were recorded. In case of an security incident or a registered demand from a data subject, storage duration can exceed the normal limits, depending on the required time of investigation of the security incident or settlement of the registered demand (at the request of the criminal investigation department or at the request of Law Court).
According to the EU Regulation 679/2016 you have the right to: Receive information about the processing of your personal data; Obtain from IPORO COM S.R.L., a confirmation whether or not to process your personal data, and if so, access to the data; Rectification of your personal data; Deletion of your personal data, or restriction of their processing, excluding some exceptions. Oppose the processing of your data, excluding some exceptions.
If you wish to make a request in the basis of the EU Regulation 679/2016, for a effective response, you will need to provide us with your identity ( full name, identification data) and indications regarding the informations you are requiring. In case you require access to the video records regarding yourself, we can either grant access to the requested video, or we can send you a copy. The access request must specify: date, hour, location for the required video record. The video record granted by your request depends on the technical terms, conditions in which the video was recorded, and on other persons rights in case they appear in the video (the videos in which other persons appear, will be edited, so that they won’t be identifiable). For the protection of other persons rights and freedom, the granted access can be restricted. If you are dissatisfied with the the way in which we process your personal data, you have the right to contact the authorised person which deals with personal data protection at IPORO COM S.R.L., e-mail email@example.com, address: Brasov, Garii Boulevard, no 7, Brasov County, tel: 0742970970, or you can file a complaint at National Authority For the Supervisory of Personal Data Processing, www.dataprotection.ro.
Considering the possibility of a new resolution regarding personal data processing, giving the fact that the laws regarding the protection of personal data and the recommendations of the Authority for the Supervisory of Personal Data Processing, are changing and upgrading, it is possible that this information regarding data confidentiality to also change. We reserve the right to modify anytime for any reason and without notification, this document of information. Any modification of information, regarding confidentiality will be available for consulting at the Compliance Department, and displayed at our headquarters: Hotel Kronwell, Brasov, Garii Boulevard, no 7, Brasov County.
If you have questions regarding your personal data, if you wish to exercise your rights or if you have any concerns or complaints about the way we are processing you personal data, please contact the person responsible with Data Protection at e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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