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Smile; you are probably ‘on camera’

The Surveillance Camera Commissioner has launched a national surveillance camera strategy for England & Wales, to help keep people safe in public places and respect their right to privacy.

This strategy aims to provide direction & leadership in the surveillance camera community to enable system operators to understand good & best practice and their legal obligations (such as those contained within the Protection of Freedoms Act, Data Protection Act and Private Security Industry Act).
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Surveillance Camera Commissioner launches a national surveillance camera strategy for England & Wales

Speech to the national automatic number plate recognition conference

Surveillance Camera Commissioner’s annual report for 2015 to 2016 published

Marks & Spencer first retailer to gain SCC's CCTV certification

Surveillance Camera Commissioner's speech to the CCTV User Group

LGA responds to CCTV spending report

Surveillance camera code of practice: third party certification scheme launched

CJEU: DP Directive applies to video recordings made by domestic surveillance cameras

ICO warns CCTV operators that use of surveillance cameras must be necessary & proportionate

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