Data protection information on video surveillance
We use video surveillance on the property we use.
Purpose of video surveillance and legal basis
Video surveillance is carried out for the purpose of exercising domiciliary rights, for the prevention of criminal offences and for the preservation of evidence in the event of criminal offences.
The legal basis for video surveillance is Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f) DSGVO, whereby our interests result from the aforementioned purposes.
Recipients / passing on of data
The data is passed on to service providers commissioned by us to carry out monitoring tasks for our company. In the event of suspicion of criminal offences, we may also pass on the data to law enforcement agencies.
Otherwise, the data will only be disclosed if there is a legal basis for the disclosure. This may be the case, in particular, if the police or other security authorities take action in the context of so-called danger prevention and demand access to the video surveillance data.
Data processing outside the European Union
No personal data is processed within the scope of video surveillance.
Your rights as a data subject
You have the right to information about the personal data concerning you. You can contact us for information at any time. In the case of a request for information that is not made in writing, we ask for your understanding that we may require proof from you that you are the person you claim to be. Furthermore, you have a right to rectification or deletion or to restriction of processing, insofar as you are entitled to this by law.
Finally, you have a right to object to processing within the framework of the legal requirements. You also have the right to data portability within the framework of data protection law.
Data from video surveillance is generally deleted after 10 days.
Longer storage may take place on an ad hoc basis if facts justify the assumption that actions can be seen on recordings from a limited period of time that are to be prosecuted as a criminal offence or used to assert civil claims.
Right of appeal to a supervisory authority
You have the right to complain about our processing of personal data to a data protection supervisory authority.