Re: video surveillance question

From: Adam Newhard (atnewhard_at_microstrain.com)
Date: 08/18/03

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    Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2003 09:06:01 -0400
    
    

    You're probably gonna wanna contact a lawyer for that one who specializes in
    that sort of thing...the money'll be worth it when you don't get in trouble
    for some stupid state or federal law for some sort of invasion of privacy
    (it can always happen). say you are taping and you happen to get some cc
    #'s on tape unintentionally...you could still get in deep w/that. it's the
    same idea of the whole ccv (the little 3 or 4 digit number on the back of
    your credit card)...a lot of cc companies won't let you store that number
    when you do transactions so the card has to be verified then and there. if
    you pick up ccv's on tape and perhaps cc#'s in general, you could be liable.
    things like that always say go talk to a lawyer. you can ask a general
    direction to get the gist of something like this, but your best bet is
    always someone who does it for a living.
    adam
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    Adam Newhard
    Microstrain, Inc.
    If vegetarians eat vegetables, watch out for humanitarians

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Andrew Pretzl" <arp@norlight.com>
    To: <security-basics@securityfocus.com>
    Sent: Friday, August 15, 2003 9:36 AM
    Subject: video surveillance question

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    > We are planning on installing a video surveillance system in our data
    > center to monitor customers working in the equipment co-location area.
    Can
    > anyone point me towards sources of information regarding what requirements
    > and regulations there may be covering this? For instance if we have
    > customers with medical or e-commerce applications residing on their
    servers
    > is there a requirement for storing the events captured by the cameras for
    a
    > set period of time?
    > Thanks in advance!
    > AP
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