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Whitepaper / What the GDPR means for video surveillance 13 will need to adopt video surveillance systems with a feature-rich interface that offers flexibility in video recording operations that would enable them to control how long images are retained. 2.5 Specific obligations for data processors As mentioned earlier, data controllers may decide to outsource their data processing operations using third party solutions. In such cases, the GDPR requires data controllers to put certain terms in place with their data processors, including 1. the obligation to assist the controller to meet its GDPR obliga- tions 2. the obligation to only process according to instructions from the controller 3. the obligation to not engage the services of a sub-processor without permission and to provide the controller with contractual audit rights 2.6 Penalties The GDPR will also introduce a tiered system of fines for both controllers and processors that can reach 4% of annual turnover or €20 million, whichever is greater. The percentage of the fine will be measured against the entire group's gross revenue rather than against net profits. The GDPR will also allow individuals harmed by a breach to bring civil actions. The GDPR will also introduce a tiered system of fines for both controllers and processors that can reach 4% of annual turnover or €20 million, whichever is greater.

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