The Greek Parliament passed an amendment regarding video surveillance of public places. This amendment pertains to cases when cameras are functioning without recording as well as cases of recording illegal actions made by persons participating at demonstrations and committing penal offences (arsons, destruction of stores and buildings, thefts etc) under two compulsory conditions: the constant supervision by Prosecutors and the use of the recording only for judicial purposes. Furthermore, according to the aforementioned amendment, information disclosed, concerning the commitment of felonies or offences and specifically women and minor’s rape, children’s trade, child prostitution and pornography, crimes against human life (homicide), sex life, economic exploitation of sex life (trafficking), personal liberty (abduction, slave-trade etc), as well as all crimes concerning drug trade and organized crime are no longer considered as personal data.