20.09.2017

  • The decision is seen as a setback to efforts to digitise services and use biometric systems to ensure higher levels of security and effective data management in public-use areas.

  • It added that the commissioner argued that there are other measures less intrusive to human dignity for controlling staffing hours.

  • It concluded that the operation of the system in question violates the principle of proportionality in relation to the purpose used, checking staff hours.

20/05/17 05:05

Don’t get your finger in it – commissioner slams identity scanning

THE Administrative Court upheld on Friday a 2012 decision of the Data Protection Commissioner to impose an administrative sanction on Apollonion private hospital in Nicosia calling it to disable the fingerprint scanning system used for the employees’ check in and to destroy...

Cyprus Mail ·

Don’t get your finger in it – commissioner slams identity scanning

Cyprus Mail

Σχετικά Θέματα

×
Ακολουθήστε το Palo στο Facebook