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Is it possible to stop my condo security from logging me down?

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MariaOle


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I live in a condominium.
The condo security logs when I enter and leave the building, as well as my car licence plates.
When I spoke to them casually, they said it was for security purposes.
A friend told me it could be for emergency purposes, such as a fire.
Other condos do the same thing apparently.

Is it possible to stop my condo security from logging me down?

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concepab


Reclusion Perpetua
MariaOle wrote:I live in a condominium.
The condo security logs when I enter and leave the building, as well as my car licence plates.
When I spoke to them casually, they said it was for security purposes.
A friend told me it could be for emergency purposes, such as a fire.
Other condos do the same thing apparently.

Is it possible to stop my condo security from logging me down?

May be? but why? If it is for your security, why not?

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cire212215


Prision Correccional
Concepab is right, it's for your security. Besides the records should be confidential.

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MariaOle


Arresto Menor
concepab wrote:May be? but why? If it is for your security, why not?

cire212215 wrote:Concepab is right, it's for your security. Besides the records should be confidential.

For privacy reasons. It should be confidential but it doesn't mean it would be confidential.

Can it be stopped?

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concepab


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MariaOle wrote:
concepab wrote:May be? but why? If it is for your security, why not?

cire212215 wrote:Concepab is right, it's for your security. Besides the records should be confidential.

For privacy reasons. It should be confidential but it doesn't mean it would be confidential.

Can it be stopped?

I think yes, You can request it to the Building Admin and Security head

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marlo


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MariaOle wrote:I live in a condominium.
The condo security logs when I enter and leave the building, as well as my car licence plates.
When I spoke to them casually, they said it was for security purposes.
A friend told me it could be for emergency purposes, such as a fire.
Other condos do the same thing apparently.

Is it possible to stop my condo security from logging me down?

No, I dont think so unless you own the entire property.

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MariaOle


Arresto Menor
This is quite enlightening.

Yet there are two opposing answers.

So, is it possible, or isn't it possible?

Would a simple request be enough, or would I have to mount a legal challenge?

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Lunkan


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MariaOle wrote:This is quite enlightening.

Yet there are two opposing answers.

So, is it possible, or isn't it possible?

Would a simple request be enough, or would I have to mount a legal challenge?
I don't know of any law either for or against it - I DON'T know most of the property related laws anyway Laughing but I SUPPOUSE there are no such law. If so it's up to the condo union to decide.

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ador


Prision Mayor
dear claraOle,
Actually, one of the the basic duties and function of security guards is to RECORD, RECEIVE, AND TO pass all manner of instructions they are instructed to enforce. These instructions comes from their "client" (building owner/s) and their agency. No, you cannot ask them to stop their recording BECAUSE it is precisely what the LAW tells them to do. These records are also ADMISSIBLE in courts. Ref: RA5487
cire212215 is correct, the record/s are confidential. Only the Head Security and Client can have access, and the Police (if they have a warrant/court order)

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