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Camera surveillance policy


Fitness24Seven (F24S) strives for openness and transparency in how we collect, use and share your personal data. As a complement to our privacy policy, we have implemented this camera surveillance policy regarding our facilities in the EU/EES (Sweden, Norway, Finland and Poland). The legislation that regulates how the camera surveillance should be conducted is based on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and is also regulated, regarding Sweden, in the Swedish Camera Surveillance Act.

What data do we collect and what is the purpose of the processing of the personal data?

Our facilities are equipped with camera surveillance with no sound recording. If a person can be identified through the camera surveillance images, the recording constitutes processing of personal data.

The purpose of the use of camera surveillance and collection and processing of recorded material is for the prevention and detection of crime, disorder and accidents as well as the prevention of unauthorized entries and breaches against our club rules in order to enable apprehension and prosecution of offenders. The purpose of the use of camera surveillance is also to increase the security for our members, our staff and for the protection of our assets.

What is the legal basis for processing the personal data?

The legal basis for the processing your personal data related to the camera surveillance is conducted through the balance of interest in accordance with art. 6 sec. 1. f) of the GDPR. Our assessment is that the need of camera surveillance outweighs the individual members’ interest against the violation of personal privacy that the camera surveillance may cause. Our assessment has been made with consideration to the fact that our facilities are unmanned during a major part of the day, thereby providing a safe and secure training environment for our members and due to the fact that the camera surveillance is limited to specific areas of each facility. Furthermore, we have ensured that only a limited amount of people have access to the recorded material and we will only use the material in accordance with the purposes mentioned above.

How long do we save recorded material?

Recorded material is only saved for as long as it is needed to achieve the purposes for which the processing has been collected, however no longer than 30 days after which it is automatically erased. We reserve the right to save the recorded material longer than 30 days in order to comply with legal requirements, for example during an ongoing legal process.

Who has access to the recorded material?

Your privacy is very important to us. We have ensured that only a handful of employees has access to the recorded material. Your personal data can also be processed by data processors, meaning companies we cooperate with regarding surveillance, security, camera systems, error reports and customer support. These parties may not use your personal data for any other purpose than providing the services they have been hired for and only on terms specified by us. The recorded material is only stored in countries approved by the GDPR.

The material can also be processed by law enforcement authorities, i.e. after a police report has been made or for the completion of a legal process.

Your rights

You have a right to get information on any personal data that is stored by us about you. You also have the right to request correction of incorrect data or erasure of your personal data. In addition, you have the right to request that we limit the personal data that is stored by us and you also have right to challenge any processing that is based on a balance of interest.

If you think we have violated regulations on the processing of personal data, or have other thoughts about personal data, you can contact your national data protection agency. A list of national data protection agencies can be found here.

Personal data controller & contact details

Fitness24Seven AB, 556635-4626
Stora Södergatan 4
222 23 Lund