Thursday August 13, 2020

Reality bytes: People still have photo privacy rights online

A lot of people are confused about their rights over their photos.

22nd November, 2008

A lot of people are confused about their rights over their photos.

They think they can do what they want with them, without consultation. They are wrong. They cannot upload pictures to a public website without the permission of any person who is recognisable in the photo.

Whether you think this offends your ‘digital rights’ (whatever they are) is beside the point: this isn’t the US. It isn’t Britain. And ‘netizens’ don’t have rights that...

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