af773atmsp wrote:Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't all new vehicles now required to have rear view cameras, at least in the U.S.? Is it only a matter of time before dash cams become mandatory in new vehicles to prevent insurance fraud and have a better chance at finding the cause of an accident?
Aesma wrote:I thought Russians just bought them because of insurance fraud, not that they were mandatory.
In the EU 11 systems shall be mandatory starting next year :
The 11 safety features mandated from 2021 :
Advanced emergency braking
Alcohol interlock installation facilitation
Drowsiness and attention detection
Event (accident) data recorder
Emergency stop signal
Full-width frontal occupant protection crash test and improved seatbelts
Head impact zone enlargement for pedestrians and cyclists, as well as safety glass
Intelligent speed assistance
Lane keeping assist
Pole side impact occupant protection
Reversing camera or detection system
There is an "accident data recorder" but not a camera, I guess such a camera could be considered to be an accident data recorder.
Thunderboltdrgn wrote:I think there is a risk that people (pedestrians/bicyclists) are caught on video footage and that it might be considered to violate GDPR.
Thunderboltdrgn wrote:If a camera is to be useful it has to be constantly recording and that footage therefore needs to be stored. I think there is a risk that people (pedestrians/bicyclists)
are caught on video footage and that it might be considered to violate GDPR. In Sweden you already need a permit to used a fixed position camera if that camera
covers a public area (even if you only film your front door but the camera also films a little bit of the area outside your property).
So there might be some legal/privacy concerns that prevent the use of cameras).
scbriml wrote:Thunderboltdrgn wrote:I think there is a risk that people (pedestrians/bicyclists) are caught on video footage and that it might be considered to violate GDPR.
I'm struggling to believe that's the case (what 'data' is being compromised?), otherwise every camera in every phone would be a problem.
What is actually meant by personal data?
Personal data is any kind of information that can be linked to a living person. This might for example be your name, address and personal identity number.
Photos of people are also classified as personal data. In fact, even sound recordings that are stored digitally can constitute personal data even if no names
are mentioned in the recording. A corporate identity number is not personal data but may be in the case of a one-person company
. A car's registration number may constitute personal data if it can be linked to a natural person.
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