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Re: [Debconf-discuss] "Do not photograph" checkbox in registration

Three corner cases I can't get out of my mind:

* What about people who appear to the group photo while wearing
no-photo lanyards? I think keeping the shot as-is, but not tagging
them by name, would be prudent.

* What about people who seat themselves in the normal talk room
audience, or even act as speaker etc, and have a no-photo lanyard? My
gut feeling is that both these actions imply consent to be video-taped
as long as the talk is taped/streamed in the first place.

* What defines a "photo of a person"? I suspect we will all agree that
that "frontal body shot including face" meets all criteria while "half
a shoe" does not. Specifically, I am wondering if having a profile or
the back of someone's head in a picture, even though those people
don't want to be photographed, would be OK. Personally, I think a
profile is too much and a back-of-the-head shot should be avoided if


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