CCTV & Video Footage Under FOI
A lunchtime webinar session
With the amount of CCTV footage and other video images generated and collected by government agencies, many issues arise in how to deal with this under freedom of information.
This is particularly the case given that video images have moved from being recorded and stored on film and video tape to being stored electronically on agency computers or other storage devices. FOI laws have not kept up with technological advancement.
There is anecdotal feedback from many clients confirming difficulties associated with CCTV and video footage stored by government agencies. It is difficult to imagine any government agency which may not be affected by these issues arising under FOI legislation.
This webinar looks at the following aspects and provides practical hints and tips for you to take away including from a recent Tribunal decision:
- is CCTV or other video footage a document?
- is CCTV or other video accessible under FOI?
- do you have to process a request for CCTV footage?
- if so, in what form – does it have to be a copy?
- does partial access apply?
- is pixilation the same as deletion?
Book now and keep your knowledge up to date.
The webinar will be conducted using WebEx (end to end encryption). For information about how this will work, click here for FAQs.