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Camera surveillance register

1. Data controller

Central Finland Student Housing Foundation (Business ID: 0174752-8)
Kauppakatu 11 A
FI-40100 Jyväskylä, Finland
Tel. +358 29 180 4444

2. Person responsible for register matters

Satu Varstala
Kauppakatu 11 A
FI-40100 Jyväskylä, Finland
Tel. +358 29 180 4444

3. Name of the register

Camera surveillance register

4. Purpose of use of personal data

Investigation and prevention of crime and vandalism and other malpractice in the real estates owned by the data controller.

5. Information content of the register

Picture / video of key pick up and returns from the keybox. Video recordings of people, vehicles, etc. moving in the area.

6. Regular sources of information

Video cameras, keybox cameras

7. Regular disclosures of information

As a rule, information is not disclosed outside Koas.

In the case of suspected criminal activity, information can be disclosed to the police.

8. Data transfer outside the EU or the European Economical Area

Information is not transferred outside the territory of the EU member states or the European Economic Area.

9. Right of review, restriction and rectification

Data subjects have the right to review their information stored in the register. Review requests must be sent to the person in charge of register matters in written form and signed. A request for review can also be made personally in the office of the data controller. The data subject must indicate the location and, as precisely as possible, the date and time of assumed recording to enable finding the data. The requestor must attach his/her photo to the request for review.

10. Data protection principles

Electronically processed register data is protected by using firewalls, passwords and other necessary applicable technical measures generally accepted in the area of information security. Materials maintained manually are located in areas to which access is denied from unauthorised persons.

Only designated employees of the data controller and companies working under and on behalf of the data controller, who have signed a confidentiality agreement, are allowed to access data contained in the register based on a personal access right granted by the data controller.