Information about operating cameras

    Elevenpark Kft (registered seat: 2085 Pilisvörösvár, Szent Erzsébet utca 45., company registration number: 13-09-130348; hereinafter as: “Data Controller”) is operating an electronic surveillance system (“Cameras”) on the area of Laserpark Budapest (“Laserpark”) (1117 Budapest, Hengermalom út 19-21.) operated and maintained by it.

    With due consideration of this fact and in compliance with the applicable legislation we hereby wish to inform you as follows:

    1. THE PURPOSE AND LEGAL BASIS OF DATA PROCESSING

    1.1. Data Controller is operating video cameras on the area of Laserpark. The data processing related to camera recordings shall be performed as follows:

    Processed personal data: The Data Subject’s image
    Purpose of data processing (1): To protect the life, safety and health of the Data Subject, monitoring of proper compliance with the safety rules.
    Legal basis of processing: Contract (see: Section VII.3 of the General Terms and Conditions) By entering the area of Laserpark, the Data Subject expressly and clearly accepts and acknowledges (implied by conduct) the legitimate use of the cameras.
    Erasure or modification of data: The Data Subject can ask for information about the processed data and may request blocking, modification or erasure of such data.

    Processed personal data: The Data Subject’s image
    Purpose of data processing (2): Protecting the equipment of Laserpark and its commercial units, the personal assets of the Guests, Data Subjects and the Controller’s employees (protection against theft and burglary), i.e. to detect and prevent violations, to catch perpetrators in the act, and to provide evidence thereof at the competent authorities and courts.
    Legal basis of data processing: Contract (see: Section VII.3 of the General Terms and Conditions) By entering the area of Laserpark, the Data Subject expressly and clearly accepts and acknowledges (implied by conduct) the legitimate use of the cameras.
    Erasure or modification of data: The Data Subject can ask for information about the processed data and may request blocking, modification or erasure of such data.

    Processed personal data: The Data Subject’s image
    Purpose of data processing (3): To monitor money management and movements within the office premises.
    Legal basis of data processing: Contract (see: Section VII.3 of the General Terms and Conditions) By entering the area of Laserpark, the Data Subject expressly and clearly accepts and acknowledges (implied by conduct) the legitimate use of the cameras.
    Erasure or modification of data: The Data Subject can ask for information about the processed data and may request blocking, modification or erasure of such data.

    Processed personal data: The Data Subject’s image
    Purpose of data processing (4): To present the operation and activities of Laserpark on the Facebook, instagram and youtube accounts of Laserpark.

    Legal basis of processing: Contract (see: Section VII.4 of the General Terms and Conditions)
    By entering the area of Laserpark, the Data Subject expressly and clearly accepts and acknowledges (implied by conduct) the legitimate use of the cameras.

    1.2. The use of such Cameras, i.e. the processing of personal data, is tied to the specified purpose, is indispensable and suitable for the achievement of such purposes, and is proportionate to such purposes.

    1.3. Use of the Cameras does not entail the violation of human dignity and is in full compliance with the principle of lawful and fair data processing.

    2. THE DURATION AND PLACE OF DATA PROCESSING AND THE TRANSFER OF DATA

    2.1. Controller shall destroy or delete the camera recording within 6 months after the date of recording (Period of Retention) if the concerned recording has not been used, with due consideration of the fact that the deadline for enforcing any claims arising from use of Laserpark is 6 months, and the Parties may have a well-founded and legitimate interest to use the camera recordings during these 6 months.

    2.2. The Data Subject may request the Controller to refrain from destroying or deleting the recording, and simultaneously must produce evidence for his/her right or legitimate interest concerned. In accordance with the provisions of the General Terms and Conditions, Data Subjects can enforce their claims (if any) against the Controller within the Period of Retention.

    2.3. If the camera recording is used based on the claim of the Controller or the Data Subject related to any event recorded in the camera recording or due to any event recorded in the camera recording originating from any claim reported by the Controller or the Data Subject, then the Controller shall take a protocol (report) of this circumstance and shall block the camera recording in accordance with Article 19(1)(b) of the Information Act. The fundamental information underlying the blocking of the recording shall have to be specified in the report, hence, in particular the existence of the right or legitimate interest, the reason and legal basis of the blocking, the circumstances of the possible use of the recording, the expected duration of the blocking and the persons (if known) affected by the blocking of the recording.

    2.4. The recorded images or images and sound recordings shall be forwarded immediately to the court or another authority upon request by the court or another authority.

    2.5. The recording subjected by the restriction (the blocked recording) can be processed only until the purpose of data processing – which excluded the erasure of the personal data – exists.

    3. DATA SECURITY AND ACCESS TO DATA

    3.1. Controller shall ensure the safety of the processed data and shall make all reasonable measures to ensure protection of the Data Subject’s personal data. For that purpose, Controller shall store the recordings (images and sound recordings) in a locked-up place, on a computer protected by a password, saved to a hard drive, ensuring data security.

    3.2. Controller shall not transfer the recordings (images or images and sound recordings) to any third parties other than its own affiliated undertakings or other than the entities specified above.

    3.3. Only the following persons shall be entitled to access the images or image and sound recordings: the Controller (and its authorised employees), the Data Subject, the persons or entities having a contractual obligation requiring access or for whom access is indispensable in order to prevent or stop an infringing action.

    3.4. The right to access shall also include – within the Period of Retention – the right to view and watch the camera recordings. If there is no data processing related underlying reason, the Data Subject may only request viewing of the recordings against payment of a fee.

    3.5. The name of the person handling the images or image and sound recordings and the name of the person(s) employed as security staff and entitled to access these recordings for any other reason according to this Notice as well as the reason and time of access shall have to be recorded in the report (minutes).

    4. LOCATION OF THE CAMERAS, MONITORED AREAS

    4.1. The camera surveillance system is made of the cameras installed on the ceiling supporting structure of Laserpark, and the camera sight (angle of view) and camera locations are specified in the ground plan provided at the end of this notice. Pursuant to Article 2:48 of the Civil Code, these recordings are considered as recordings made at public events (“recording made of a crowd”) where the Data Subject’s further consent is not required for the making and use of the recordings as per this Section.

    4.2. The area monitored by the cameras is a premise lawfully and exclusively operated by the Controller.

    4.3. No specific technical means allowing unique identification or authentication of the natural person is used during the processing of the recordings. Controller does not perform any monitoring actions in premises where it could violate human dignity, hence in particular in the changing room, lavatory, toilet, or in any premise where employees spend their break. The periods of time when the entire area of the playground (including the prohibited areas) are allowed to be monitored shall be an exception to this rule. These periods of time are the non-working days, and the times of other days outside working hours, when nobody is staying (lawfully) in the area.

    5. NATURE OF THE VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM

    5.1. The cameras are fixed, dedicated to monitor the area exclusively from a distance, equipped with fixed optics.

    5.2. The cameras are not suitable to make close-up recordings of persons and activities. Cameras of the electronic surveillance system are making recordings of the guests and visitors of Laserpark, for the most part.

    6. RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECTS

    6.1. The Data Subject has the right to request access to and modification or erasure or restriction of processing of personal data relating to the Data Subject or to object to processing of these personal data. Detailed information on the Data Subject’s rights is available in the Data Processing Notice.

    6.2. Detailed information on the legal remedies available to the Data Subject is provided under Section 6.7 of the Data Processing Notice.

    This Notice is in full compliance with the provisions of the GDPR.

    Effective: 1st August 2019

    The ground plan of the cameras installed on the area of Laserpark is available here.

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    Budapest 1117 | Hengermalom út 19-21. | Új Buda Center |
    mail@laserpark.hu | Laserpark: 06 1 444-5040


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