Feb 262014
 February 26, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Wim Nauwelaerts, of Hunton & Williams writes:

In January 2014, the Belgian Privacy Commission published a set of guidelines1 on the privacy implications of using dashboard mounted cameras in vehicles (‘‘dash cams’’) and the processing of video footage and images captured by dash cams. The Privacy Commission decided to issue these guidelines in response to the increasing dissemination of dash cam videos and images through various media (including social media such as Facebook).


Its January 2014 guidance focuses on the three main purposes for which dash cams are often used, and sets out the dos and don’ts for each of these purposes.

Read more on Hunton.com.

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