Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Modern Approach in Humanities.
Year: 2018 | Page No:84-89
Privacy Interest Vis a Vis National Security Interest in the Regulation of Video Surveillance Services: Lesson Learned from Indonesia
Brian Amy Prastyo , Sulistyanto Widagdo
The integration of video surveillance system with artificial intelligence makes the system able to perform automated analysis and automated decision making. Thus the use of video surveillance system has raised the issues of privacy protection. That leads to the question whether the regulation for the business of video surveillance system should be controlled by the government. By applying normative legal approach, the authors found out that in Indonesia the arrangement of video surveillance system services is divided into several business classifications. Furthermore it is suggested that the regulation for the business of video surveillance system should balance the interests of the protection of privacy and the safeguarding of national security.
Key words: video surveillance systems, cctv, privacy, national security, cyber law .