In the modern world, we increasingly want to protect our privacy. Find out which tools make this possible. Also learn the definition of anonymisation.
How to protect the image of individuals?
First of all, to disseminate people’s image, you must have their consent, as it is their right. You certainly wouldn’t want someone to disseminate your image without your consent either.
In order to disseminate a person’s image, the consent of the person must be obtained, e.g., in writing. An exception to this rule occurs when the person is well-known to the public or forms only a detail in the whole, e.g., being present at a public event.
Anonymisation – what is it?
Anonymisation is the process of transforming data in such a way that a person concerned cannot be identified. Anonymisation is a permanent process that entails blurring a face or a figure so that it cannot be identified. If you publish video or photos online, they should be anonymised. You can use special software, which will do the process quickly and accurately. You should check out the anonymisation software at gallio.pro.
Anonymisation of surveillance footage
If a person requests footage, it must first be anonymised. A person may request this if they themselves are on the recording or if they need it in order to, for example, establish who caused the damage. Often, the person has to prove that they are in the footage they want to receive.
How to share surveillance footage?
When sharing surveillance footage, we need to be aware of the regulations related to GDPR. If we are to share a recording that only features the person to whom we are giving the footage, we do not need to change anything in it. The situation changes when there are other people on it. In order to protect third parties, it is then necessary to blur their figures, their image, so that they cannot be identified. An exception to this rule is when the police or the insurer requests the surveillance footage because they need it for their investigation. In some cases, it is not necessary to blur the images that are on the recording. It is worth reading the GDPR regulation, as it contains rules on the processing of personal data.