The Swedish data protection authority, Datainspektionen, fined a condominium association SEK 20,000 for its use of camera surveillance. Four surveillance cameras recorded sound and video at entrances and in stairwells, the DPA said. Surveillance requires “weighty reasons,” which the authority found did not apply in this case. In addition, the authority said residents were not sufficiently informed of the surveillance and there was no information on how it was monitored. (Original article is in Swedish.)
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