The following is taken from the GOV.UK website.
If your business uses CCTV, you must tell people they may be recorded.
This is usually done by displaying signs, which must be clearly visible and readable.
You must also notify the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) why you’re using the CCTV.
You should control who can see the recordings, and make sure the system is only used for the purpose it was intended for.
If the system was set up to detect crime, you should not use it to monitor the amount of work done by your staff.
Letting people see CCTV recordings
Anyone can ask to see images that you’ve recorded of them. You must provide these within 40 days, and can charge up to £10.
Find out more about using CCTV on the ICO website.
Data protection rules do not apply if you install a camera on your own home to protect it from burglary.
To view the above article, and more, on the GOV.UK website, click here.
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