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Publishing pictures of a thief stealing electrical bicycle on Facebook is according to the Supreme Administrative Court illegal

The Supreme Administrative Court (Nejvyssi spravni soud) ruled in July 2016 that Office for Personal Data Protection did not fail issuing the fine for breach of data protection to an owner of shop for posting an image of the burglar on Facebook. The reason he posted the camera screenshot was to identify the thief what … Continue reading

Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka’s hacked private e-mails – data protection and personal right perspective for media

At the beginning of January 2016 the unnamed group of hackers hacked a personal account of the Prime Minister held on the Czech search engine Seznam. The emails included correspondence on political but also private matters, especially the migrant crisis, the Czech oil reserves held in Germany. The account was not well protected and was … Continue reading

Drones – privacy and data protection regulation in the Czech Republic

Drones – remote-controlled plane that allows capturing and identifying people and their private space became a phenomenon in recent years in the Czech Republic as well. What is the liability of the owners or users of such devices in respect of personal rights? The owners and users are obliged to follow obligations under the Protection … Continue reading

Rynes (Ryneš) case update – the Czech Supreme Administrative Court has decided after the Court of Justice issued judgement on preliminary question

On 11.12.2014 CJEU issue judgement on the preliminary question states, whether the use of the individual camera system put at the family house for the purpose of protection of the property, life, health (from burglary), overlooks the street or other areas near their home fall under the Art. 3 par.2 of the Directive 95/46/EC of … Continue reading

The use of the individual camera system put at the family house for the purpose of protection of the property, overlooking street – is not purely personal activity

The Court of Justice of the European Union in Case C-212/13 – „Ryneš“ issued a judgement on 11.12.2014. The preliminary question states, whether the use of the individual camera system put at the family house for the purpose of protection of the property, life, health (from burglary), overlooks the street or other areas near their home … Continue reading

Reference for a preliminary ruling – use of CCTV for protection of the household from burglary

The Supreme Administrative Court of the Czech Republic lodged reference for a preliminary ruling before the Court of Justice of the European Union. Case C-212/13 – „Ryneš“ (19.4.2013) The need to submit the request for a preliminary ruling arose in a case involving the use of an individual camera for limited household purposes that protects … Continue reading

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