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CCTV used on your domestic property will be exempt from the Data Protection Act unless you are capturing footage of individuals outside your property.
If your cameras can view individuals on public land or land owned by others you will need to install signage to inform as such, and register your system with the ICO (Information commissioner’s office).
GDPR is a new law that changes the way personal data is to be used, and comes into effect on the 25th of May 2018.
CCTV is included within the new law as recorded images of an individual are classified as personal data.
All CCTV systems will now have to be registered with the ICO (Information Commissioners Office)
If you are a domestic customer you may be exempt from the law and not be required to register your CCTV system.
Please see below for some useful links where you can find out more.
Please find below a link to the ICO’s self assessment page to confirm whether you will need to register, and a code of practice for your CCTV system.
If you are recording images for crime prevention purposes, you WILL have to register with the ICO (Information commissioner’s office).