Serbia: Unlawful video surveillance with face recognition in Belgrade

"The installation of smart video surveillance in Belgrade, with thousands of cameras and face recognition software, has raised public concern."


See: Unlawful video surveillance with face recognition in Belgrade (SHARE Foundation, link):

"Three civil society organisations (CSOs) – SHARE Foundation, Partners for Democratic Change Serbia (Partners Serbia) and Belgrade Center for Security Policy (BCSP) – published a detailed analysis of the MoI’s Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) on the use of smart video surveillance and have reached a conclusion that the document does not meet the formal or material conditions required by the Law on Personal Data Protection in Serbia.

The Commissioner on Personal Data Protection in Serbia also published his opinion on the DPIA, confirming the findings of the aforementioned organisations According to the Commissioner, the DPIA was not conducted in line with the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Law."

 

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