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VimalKundal


Administrator
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Posted On 02 November 2010 at 17:41 Report Abuse

Gentlemen


I would like to know the laws and rules of Indian government with regards to fitting of CCTV camera inside office premises (for e.g) where all its permitted and where its not, should monitoring be clearly mentioned to employees that are being subjected to etc..

 

any thoughts will be of great help

regards

vimal



R.Ramachandran


Advocate
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Posted On 02 November 2010 at 18:46 Report Abuse

There are no such laws regulating the use or installation of CCTVs inside office premises.  ONE THING TO BE REMEMBERED IS THAT SUCH CCTVs are not to be used for any unlawful purposes.


adv. rajeev ( rajoo )


practicing advocate
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Posted On 02 November 2010 at 20:26 Report Abuse

No such laws, but as a security reasons and to keep ;eye on the office staff CCTV can be fixed.  For this no permission is required by any govt., offices.


Shihab,Corporate Lawyer


LL.B,M.B.A,M.B.L (NLSIU-2012),Corporate Lawyer and Management Consultant
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Posted On 03 November 2010 at 19:03 Report Abuse

Eventhough,no such law reg.CCTV ,you have to paste a Notice says "This premises is under CCTV surveillance"


SACHIN AGARWAL


ADVOCATE
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Posted On 07 November 2010 at 15:47 Report Abuse

There is no such law. The CCTV Camera can be installed for security purpose only.


VimalKundal


Administrator
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Posted On 09 November 2010 at 14:14 Report Abuse

Thanks for your responses. What's surprising is that though there is no LAW but a mention about monitoring must be available???? why?


Democratic Indian


n/a
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Posted On 10 November 2010 at 00:07 Report Abuse

Though there is no law against CCTV surveillance BUT CCTV surveillance can invade the privacy of individuals(a fundamental right). Hence the mention about CCTV surveillance so that nobody may do any private act in area where CCTV surveillance is going on. Otherwise if that person does any private activity unknowing of the fact of being under CCTV surveillance, he may file a valid case against the company for violating privacy by CCTV surveillance.

devraj


asst prof
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Posted On 20 June 2011 at 12:08 Report Abuse

There is no such policy as below? http://www.atl.org.uk/help-and-advice/school-and-college/CCTV.asp

Johndel Clay


Account Officer
[ Scorecard : 62]
Posted On 22 June 2011 at 07:32 Report Abuse

There is no such law regulating the use of CCTV cameras. It can be installed for security purposes only.


Alexander


Managing Director
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Posted On 05 August 2011 at 23:31 Report Abuse

I live in apartments and there is this man who has occupied the house directly opposite mine for rent which is just  5 feet away from my front door. And today i seen him installing a cctv just above his front door and the camera points straight into my house. I voiced out my objections and he at once took out his identity card and showed that he is the person who supplies security to the government and that he needs to put d cctv because of his mother. Well i just feel its violating our privacy and things like that. What can be done to put a stop to it? And am i right in voicing my objections? i need a solution asap. pls help



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