Do I have to declare my CCTV system to the CNIL (Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés, which translates to "National Committee for IT and Liberties") if they are placed on a private property which is also the HQ of a company?
This web page indicates you have to declare any CCTV system that meet the following conditions: the cameras are recording a place not opened to public AND you're recording on some digital hardware.
On this web page, the penultimate line indicates you don't have to do anything if this is your home, but the last line says you have to declare it if you're having employees on the house.
The company HQ is the house of the company owner's parents. The house is fully owned by his parents. The company is fully owned by the owner.
So, the employees are not the house's owner's employees. Does it still qualify for the last line?
This is a contractor company, so the employees are not working all day long on HQ, they are just loading/unloading trucks.