Data protection information on video surveillance
We use video surveillance on the property we use. Below we provide information on the data protection.
Controller for the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR:
Sternentier Pet Cremation
Phone: +49 (0)5251 5069327
Purpose and legal basis of data processing
The video surveillance is used to exercise house rules, protect property, avoid criminal offenses and to preserve evidence in the event of criminal offenses.
The legal basis for video surveillance is Article 6 (1) (f) GDPR, whereby our interests arise from the aforementioned purposes.
Storage/deletion of data
The recordings are generally deleted after a period of two days.
Longer storage can take place on a case-by-case basis if facts justify the assumption that recordings from a limited period of time show actions that are to be prosecuted as a criminal offense or to be used to assert claims under civil law.
Recipient / transfer of data
In the event of suspicion of criminal acts, we may also pass on the data to law enforcement authorities.
Otherwise, the data will only be passed on if there is a legal basis for the transfer. This can be the case in particular if the police or other security authorities act as part of the so-called danger prevention and request access to the video surveillance data.
Data processing outside the European Union
Processing of personal data does not take place in the context of video surveillance.
Rights of data subjects
The person concerned has the right to request confirmation from the person responsible as to whether personal data relating to them are being processed; if this is the case, he has a right to information about this personal data and the information listed in detail in Art. 15 GDPR.
The data subject has the right to request the person responsible to correct any incorrect personal data relating to them and, if necessary, to complete incomplete personal data (Art. 16 GDPR).
The person concerned has the right to demand the person responsible to erase personal data concerning them immediately, provided that one of the reasons listed in Art. B. if the data is no longer required for the legitimate purpose (right to erasure).
The data subject has the right to request the person responsible to restrict processing if one of the conditions listed in Art. B. if the data subject has objected to the processing, for the duration of the review by the person responsible.
The data subject has the right to object to the processing of personal data concerning them at any time for reasons that arise from their particular situation. The person responsible will then no longer process the personal data unless he can prove compelling legitimate reasons for the processing that outweigh the interests, rights and freedoms of the data subject, or the processing serves to assert, exercise or defend legal claims (Art. 21 GDPR).
Without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial remedy, every person has the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if he believes that the processing of their personal data infringes the GDPR (Art. 77 GDPR). The person concerned can assert this right with a supervisory authority in the member state of their place of residence, their place of work or the place of the alleged infringement.