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Legality of taking photos of people in Spain

Old Aug 3rd 2016, 7:01 am
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Whoever carried out the translation must have lost the will to live! - but thank you for that. Interesting to see that school activities ( in terms of parents viewing their children's activities) are not subject to the Law as is in the UK. Unfortunely the teachers and some other official don't seem to know that!
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Old Aug 5th 2016, 9:46 pm
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https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...raphing-police

"A Spanish woman has been fined €800 (£570) under the country’s controversial new gagging law for posting a photograph of a police car parked illegally in a disabled bay.

The unnamed woman, a resident of Petrer in Alicante, south-east Spain, posted the photo on her Facebook page with the comment “Park where you bloody well please and you won’t even be fined”.

The police tracked her down within 48 hours and fined her."

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Old Aug 6th 2016, 7:58 am
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I believe this fine was later dropped after public outrage

But I cannot find the link.
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Old Aug 7th 2016, 9:30 am
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Originally Posted by Fred James
The rules relating to the use of CCTV are here, in English.

https://www.agpd.es/portalwebAGPD/ca...ilancia_en.pdf
Didn't see anything specifically about dashcams - which I have.
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According to the information on this site (which is run by Trafico), they are legal but with some restrictions about what you can do with the recordings.

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Originally Posted by Fred James
According to the information on this site (which is run by Trafico), they are legal but with some restrictions about what you can do with the recordings.

Can I install a Dashcam in my car? | N332 - Driving In Spain
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