Closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems have become widely used and increasingly sophisticated in recent years. They are primarily used for surveillance and security purposes.
The use of CCTV cameras in public spaces is governed by the Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (PDPA) and the Malaysian Code of Practice for CCTV Systems (MCPCS).
Under the PDPA, individuals have the right to privacy and personal data protection, and any use of CCTV cameras must comply with these laws.
The MCPCS provides guidelines for the installation and operation of CCTV cameras to ensure that they are used in a responsible and non-intrusive manner.
For residential neighborhoods, the use of CCTV cameras is also governed by local laws and regulations. In some areas, local councils or housing associations may have specific rules or guidelines regarding the installation and use of CCTV cameras.
If you are considering installing a CCTV camera in a residential neighborhood in Malaysia, it is recommended to consult with local authorities or legal experts to ensure that you comply with all relevant laws and regulations.
This can help you avoid the potential legal issue and ensure that your use of CCTV cameras is respectful of your neighbours’ privacy.
Monitoring cats is another application of CCTV that has gained popularity among pet owners. CCTV cameras can be used to keep an eye on cats when they are indoors or outdoors, providing peace of mind to owners and ensuring the safety and well-being of their furry friends.
Since wireless CCTV systems are intended for providing wireless connectivity for applications such as live streaming video, images and high-speed data. Thus, it may also be used for broadband wireless access in areas where CCTV will not be deployed.
It is to be noted that there are other spectrum bands that may support the usage of wireless CCTV systems such as the 2400 MHz to 2500 MHz and 5725 MHz to 5875 MHz bands.
Therefore, all communication devices or equipment procured are required to be certified by SIRIM for use in Malaysia, according to the laws and regulations of the country, including the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 (CMA) and the Communications and Multimedia (Technical Standards) Regulations 2000.
If you intend to import or sell any communication devices, please be reminded that all communication devices are required to be certified by SIRIM for use in Malaysia.
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