Hi, On Donnerstag, 11. September 2014, Richard Hartmann wrote: > On Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 8:49 AM, Aigars Mahinovs <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Children should *not* be photographed without prior consent > > from their parents. > Just to re-iterate this point: This makes sense in all cases and no > matter what, if anything, we end up doing, this should be communicated > clearly to every attendee at least once. so why do have children "more rights" than other attendees? (and don't get me wrong, I fully support that - just think about the question... for me the conclusion was+is: nobody should be photographed without their explicit consent.) Another solution to the "don't photograph me^w^wviolate privacy" dilemma could be that photos could only be taken between 1300-1400 each day, plus the first 5m of every talk... IOW: make the default photo free. Which I think is actually sensible for all areas - except maybe talks + other events. But in hallways & hacklabs & everywhere else the rule should be: don't take pictures of people withour their prior consent. Which I understand is not the case in most areas outside DebConf, but noone said we couldn't do better then what's usual ;) cheers, Holger
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