In accordance with the provisions of Section 47, Paragraph three of the Personal Data Processing Law, we provide complete data processing information in accordance with Article 13 of the General Data Protection Regulation.
Objective: The prevention or detection of criminal offenses in connection with property protection, the protection of the legal interests of the manager and the protection of vital human interests, including life and health.
Head: Joint Stock Company “BOARD MANAGEMENT”, registration number 40003034263, legal address: Duntes street 15A, Riga, LV-1005, phone 67629431, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Legal basis: The legal basis for video surveillance is Article 6, paragraph 1, point (f) of the General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679) – processing is necessary for compliance with the manager’s or legitimate interests of third parties.
Legitimate interests: video surveillance is done for security and access control purposes, it helps control access to premises, helps to ensure the security of infrastructure, staff and visitors. In addition, Video Surveillance helps prevent, detect and investigate theft of equipment or property (owned by the manager or visitors) and helps to prevent or detect physical threats to the safety of staff and visitors (such as fire or physical attack).
Data Protection Officer: In case of doubt, suggestion or question regarding video surveillance, please contact our Data Protection Officer. Email for communication: email@example.com.
Data recipients: Data obtained from video surveillance is not transmitted without legal third parties.
Data transfer to a third country: data obtained from video surveillance is not transferred to a third country.
Duration of data storage: video surveillance data is stored for 90 days, then deleted.
The data subject has the right to access his data, request that they be deleted, and submit a complaint to the data controller of the natural persons, the Data State Inspectorate. Such requests must be made in writing.
In the process of video surveillance, there is no automated decision making on the data subject.
The data subject is required to submit additional self-identifying data, such as a photograph, upon request of the controller if the data subject wishes to exercise his right to access and access his video surveillance data.