Guidance on the use of Body Worn Cameras This guidance below should be read in conjunction with the guidance on CCTV systems The Data Protection Acts set out responsibilities for organisations or persons (data controllers) that hold and control the uses of information and provide rights to individuals in relation to how their information is processed. There are a number of data protection considerations to be met in relation to the use of surveillance systems.
The Data Protection Commissioner, Billy Hawkes has today launched new guidance to assist organisations to comply with new data protection requirements in relation to electronic communications and networks
The Office of the Data Protection Commissioner has now conducted a number of audits of charities. On foot of the inspection reports produced as a result of these audits, the Office is issuing this new guidance to all charities. The guidance focuses primarily on the use of personal data collected in conjunction with charities' fundraising activities in order to ensure
Guide to registration requirements and fees applicable.
Targeted direct marketing, giving individuals information about products and services, is a perfectly legitimate activity – provided it respects the individual's right to privacy. Sending unwanted direct marketing is neither in your interests nor the interests of those receiving it. Data protection law imposes strict obligations on the use of personal data (hyperlink) for direct marketing. Because marketing using electronic
Guide to completing a new registration or renewing / amending an existing registration on-line.
This document is intended as a guide for Doctors applying for registration as a Data Controller.