Faces as data: A guide to video surveillance and the GDPR

With personal data and its protection, we usually think about names, addresses, phone numbers birthdates etc. first, then other sensitive information, such as bank account details, medical records or places of work. But, given that personal data can be defined as “any information relating to an identified or identifiable person”, images must also be treated with the same care under the same GDPR regulations.

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