Support Centre

You have out of 5 free articles left for the month

Signup for a trial to access unlimited content.

Start Trial

Continue reading on DataGuidance with:

Free Member

Limited Articles

Create an account to continue accessing select articles, resources, and guidance notes.

Free Trial

Unlimited Access

Start your free trial to access unlimited articles, resources, guidance notes, and workspaces.

Spain: AEPD fines Cafetería Nagasaki €1,500 for illegal positioning of CCTV cameras

The Spanish data protection authority ('AEPD') issued, on 4 February 2020, a resolution ('the Resolution') in proceeding No. PS/00427/2018 fining Cafetería Nagasaki €1,500 for violating Article 5(1)(c) of the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) ('GDPR'). In particular, the AEPD held that Cafetería Nagasaki did not comply with its obligations under the GDPR as it positioned its CCTV cameras in such a manner that it surveilled the public space outside of its property, which disproportionally affected pedestrians. In addition, the AEPD found that Cafetería Nagasaki had acted without due diligence.

You can read the Resolution, only available in Spanish, here