Last Revised: March 15, 2019
This privacy notice explains what personal information about you Intel Corporation (“Intel” or “We”, “Our”) collects through the use of Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) technology as you enter and pass through the Intel campus. The ALPR technology, also known as License Plate Recognition (LPR) enables automated detection of vehicle information, including license plate details. Intel is committed to protecting your personal information and your overall safety and security in relation to your time on the Intel campus. In this notice we refer to Intel’s implementation of the ALPR technology as the ALPR system.
The LPR technology uses security cameras to capture an image of your vehicle, digitize the information and use the information for the purposes described in the next paragraph. We also collect some or all of the following vehicle details: make, model, year, color, state, region, license plate issuer.
Intel uses the vehicle details for the following purposes:
- To restrict access to only allow registered/authorized vehicles into certain areas of Intel property.
- To maintain the safety and security of Intel campuses.
- To monitor vehicle speed of registered vehicles for the purpose of coaching workers who demonstrate repetitive speeding or other unsafe behavior.
- To monitor traffic flows throughout the campus to optimize resources.
- To support the effective management of the campus operations.
- To support investigations approved by Corporate Security and/or HR Legal.
- To identify and/or locate an individual and/or their vehicle in an emergency.
- To cooperate with local law enforcement.
The ALPR system data may be handled and used by the following recipients for the reasons given above and generally to maintain a safe, secure and efficient campus operation:
- Intel Corporate Security
- Intel Human Resources
- Environmental Health and Safety
Intel will not share your information except where we are required to do so by law or to respond to legal process.
All users with access to the ALPR system are trained on the proper use and handling of the ALPR system data in order to protect ALPR system data as specified in this notice. Intel Corporate Security is responsible for the development and administration of this required training, which will explain how to properly use the ALPR system and the required protections for ALPR system data.
Vehicle information gathered through the ALPR system is retained for two years and is retained in an environment designed to be only accessible by authorized personnel with a valid reason.
Other privacy related information
For further details about how Intel manages the information collected about you, including details of the security arrangements, rights you have over your personal data and who to contact should you have further questions or wish to lodge a formal complaint please go to Intel Global Employee and Contingent Worker Privacy Notices if you are subject to these notices, otherwise to Intel Global Privacy Notice.
The product owner of the ALPR system or his/her designee, in each case, within Intel Corporate Security is responsible for administering the ALPR system consistent with the restrictions laid out in this notice, including data management and user access control. The product owner of the ALPR system or his/her designee, in each case, within Intel Corporate Security will monitor the ALPR system and correct any data errors that are detected by or notified to him or her, by fine tuning ALPR system settings or other means. Any notification by the ALPR system will include the interpreted plate number and the actual plate image.
Changes to this notice
We will keep this privacy notice under regular review and will place any updates here. The “Last Revised” section at the top of this notice states when this privacy notice was last updated. We encourage you to periodically review this notice to stay informed about how we collect, use, and share personal information.