This helps reduce the intrusion on individuals’ privacy.Specifically: Organizations should also ensure that the video surveillance complies with all applicable laws, in addition to privacy legislation. Most privacy laws require the organization conducting video surveillance to post a clear and understandable notice about the use of cameras on its premises to individuals whose images might be captured by them, these individuals enter the premises.
For example, if while you are driving you are focused on inputting data to your GPS instead of watching the road, you are clearly distracted – and clearly in violation.
New Jersey and Delaware have very specific laws governing the use of cell phones and other hand held devices while driving.
Here are the individual statutes: In other words, a legal dash cam technically should not have a rear monitor that displays what the cam is recording, similar to a portable video camera.
The dashboard camera can record its forward-looking view, but the driver cannot watch the recording in progress.
These videos, documenting how the police conduct their activities, are already flooding the internet and punctuating television news shows.
Police departments are not the only ones adopting dashboard video cameras, however.
These Guidelines apply to covert video surveillance, such as that conducted by private investigators on behalf of insurance companies, nor do they apply to the surveillance of employees.
An important note – private sector privacy laws govern the collection, use and disclosure of information about an identifiable individual.
This camera is located on Djuma Private Game Reserve inside the Sabi Sand and part of the Greater Kruger National Park in South Africa.