This pronouncement creates new doctrine in connection with previous sentences. In this assumption, an employee was fired because she confiscated money from the company. The Constitutional Court considers legal its inclusion even though the company did not announce the employees the existence of CCTV at the company. However, in this case there were some signs warning the existence of CCTV.
So, this declaration implies an exception to the necessity to announce employees and also require them consent, because the Court considers that CCTV were put to monitor, according to article 20 of the Workers Regulations, on the condition that this respect worker honour right.