[:en]Data Protection[:es]Protección de Datos

Well, it could be. Depending on the case. In the following, for example, the Spanish Supreme Court considers there is illegitimate intrusion into privacy in a case in which a lord installed surveillance cameras, unfit to record, and being oriented to the accesses and estate of the neighbouring claimant. These were mere...

The answer is that neither option alone is superior to the other in compliance. The law perfectly allows both options and since both this law and the Spanish Data Protection Agency tell us that the hiring of an external video surveillance service or the installation...

First of all, it should be noted that images WILL BE ALLOWED to be captured in common areas or elements of communities of owners. Both the Law and the Spanish Data Protection Agency allow it and consider it fully compatible with the obligations on Data Protection IT IS NECESSARY THAT...

  Yes, you can. And this is because the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in its article 7, letter F, includes the legitimate interest of the data controller as the 7th possible option for a basis that allows the lawful treatment of the personal data. As a...

  The answer is no. This is because Article 7 (b) of the GDPR, says clearly that you have a legal basis (or sufficient justification for the treatment of other’s personal data) in situations where "treatment is necessary for the execution of a contract in which...