Na portálu https://skylum.com byl publikován článek na velmi aktuální téma
"GDPR pro fotografy".
Článek najdete přímo na adrese: https://tinyurl.com/yd56y2y7
Cituji několik vybraných odstavců:
"There are a lot of changes and new responsibilities on the horizon with the GDPR for photographers. Are you ready?
GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation. And many photographers wonder if GDPR will have any impact on the way they run business. The short answer is YES, so you should get prepared."
"What is Classed as Sensitive Information?
Sensitive information is any kind of data that can be used to identify an individual, such as name, surname, address, email address, date of birth, bank account details and so on.
The law has been changed now to include photographs where it is possible to identify the subject. Facial recognition software is becoming more advanced, and even Lightroom and Apple Photo have facial recognition abilities now.
This affects how sensitive information is collected, stored, filled up and shared, and it means your photography or video clients will have these rights:
- The right to be informed – the client has the right to be informed about the collection and use of their personal data. This also covers permissions and consents.
- The right of access – the right for clients to access the personal data the photographer holds on them.
- The right of rectification – for clients to have their data corrected if it is inaccurate. Businesses will have a month to make rectifications on the client’s request.
- The right to erasure – for the clients to have their personal data properly deleted or removed.
- The right to restrict processing – the clients can restrict the photographer from processing their personal data.
- The right to decide on data portability – for or against the client’s data being stored in closed platforms, which are usually mailing lists or databases.
- The right to object – the client has the right to complain and object to the photographer processing their personal data
- The right not to be subjected to automatic decision making, including profiling – the client has the right not to be added automatically to third party files, platforms or systems."
How Does This Affect Photographers?
"Photographers and videographers are affected – especially wedding, sports or event photographers - because they store sensitive data like other businesses. Every recognizable image of someone is data, even if they are in the background of the image. If you are photographing a wedding, event, or doing some street photography, you’re collecting people’s personal data without knowing it." ( dále na https://e7news.akamonitor.cz )