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 October 3, 2015  Non-U.S., Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Fintan Walsh reports:

An investigation led by the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner found that a County Limerick school did not meet its requirements when installing covert cameras last year.

ODPC findings issued to an Ahane National School staff member said that it responded to a notification of “data security breach” in May, after documents had been allegedly taken from the school in September 2014.

Though the ODPC stated that the school had not met its requirements, it could not say that the data protection rights of an individual had been breached, “as the recording was not viewed by any individual and has been securely deleted”.

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