Data protection information Video surveillance
If you are informed of video surveillance by a sign, you will automatically be recorded by cameras in the monitored area.
- The company of the Pepper Group indicated on the information signs in each case is responsible for data processing in connection with video surveillance.
- The external data protection officer of Europahaus Grundstücksgesellschaft GmbH & Co. KG is ..............
- The purposes of video surveillance are the preservation of house rights, the detection and prosecution of criminal offences and the enforcement of civil claims.
- The legal basis for data processing is § 4 para. 1 no. 2,3 BDSG with Article 6 para. 1 lit. f) DS-GVO (the legitimate interest in safeguarding house rights as well as the detection and prosecution of criminal offences and the enforcement of civil claims).
- Recordings of video surveillance systems are regularly deleted by overwriting after 7 days at the latest. The recordings are only analysed in the event of a suspected violation of house rules or a suspected criminal offence. In these cases, the relevant data may be forwarded to law enforcement agencies, courts and lawyers. Service providers are used for data processing, each of which acts within the framework of commissioned processing in accordance with Article 28 DS-GVO.
- The records are each stored digitally on site. Only selected staff members have access to the records. Data is not transferred to third countries.
- It is not possible to enter the monitored area without being detected by the video surveillance.
- We do not use any procedures of automated individual case decisions.
- You have the right to request information about all personal data we process about you at any time.
- You can request the deletion of your personal data at any time, unless we are legally obliged or entitled to continue processing your data.
- If the legal requirements are met, you may request restriction of the processing of your personal data.
- You may object to the processing, giving reasons based on your particular situation.
- You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a data protection supervisory authority at any time if you believe that data processing has been carried out in breach of applicable law.
Status: February 2022