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Functionality of smart cameras, such as the ability to automatically recognize faces, covered by the legal rules governing the processing of personal data and should only be used when it is necessary for the purpose. So says the Personal Authority. Security cameras, also for individuals, are increasingly equipped with advanced features such as face detection and behavioral analysis, but the possibility should not be used just in the public space. “Cameras with facial recognition, for example, people tracking in an automated manner, tracking and profiling, which with regular cameras is not possible,” writes the Personal Authority. Therefore these personal images and their processing must include compliance with the Data Protection Act. The Authority Personal discusses smart cameras in its policies. In addition, it means that companies and governments ‘smart’ functionality of cameras may be used in so far as necessary to achieve a specific legitimate purpose. For example, if a less invasive form of control is possible which achieves the same purpose, it would have to have these preferred. The authority gives as an example the use of a smart camera through a theater for counting visitors, the camera would have to record no images in order to achieve this goal. The Authority points out that smart cameras also properly may have less impact on privacy, such as cameras that only come on when motion. There is no special legislation for the processing of personal data with smart cameras, camera drones and Dash cams. These would, like other cameras, falls mainly under the rules of the Data Protection Act and the Wpg. The Dutch privacy watchdog says the policy Thursday to publish to spend on the fact that the attention is the “Day of the Privacy”. The policy should provide organizations and individuals support in making the right privacy considerations. As CCTV in general should always have a legitimate purpose and should persons be informed beforehand filmed. The Personal Information Authority also announced that there are multiple reports were received on CCTV in saunas and during funerals. There would be various saunas camera surveillance at places where people without clothes are available. According to the regulator this may not be the case, because that precisely are places “where people feel unobserved. Even at funerals should not be filmed, except as may be given explicit instructions by the relatives. The regulator has published also his supervision agenda, in which different areas are defined which will get more attention this year. These include such areas as protection of personal medical data and personal data in the digital government. The Authority Personal Data Every year a new regulatory agenda.
Customers increasingly take expensive subscriptions to Tele2. Although the provider after the live set of its 4G network, there was hardly any customers at net, the average amount rose to a subscriber will have to pay a lot.
Where a year ago an average customer nearly 25 euros spent on his Tele2 subscription, is that now risen to 31.71 euros. That can be derived from the quarterly figures published by the provider Thursday. The number of customers increased in recent months, with three thousand. That’s a much lower growth than to Tele2 experienced a year ago.
Tele2 says it himself to make the given competition from low-cost SIM-only providers with 3G subscriptions, while the provider is just more focused on 4G subscriptions devices. “To be clear: it is our priority to attract customers with appetite for 4G data”, says Director Allison Kirkby. “We continue to invest heavily to establish ourselves further in 2016 as the leading challenger in the Netherlands.” The provider claims to offer an outdoor coverage of 95 percent with its 4G network.
The provider began in November with offering new subscriptions with larger data bundles. This is the fourth provider with its own network in the Netherlands. Besides Tele2, KPN, Vodafone and T-Mobile’s own networks. Tele2 bought for this purpose licenses for the use of 4G at 800MHz and 2.6GHz.Viewing:-138
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