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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Digital marketing aspects I'd like to work on.


On 27/07/19 02:11, Eres Ferro wrote:

> Is there someone who specialises in GDPR law who can help? For now since
> pictures of conferences/meetings contain a lot of people, would the best
> way be to post photos without people in it? I've taken a look at instagram
> accounts for other office suites like WPS and Polaris, are those compliant
> with GDPR? if it does maybe LibreOffice could start from there?

The Document Foundation is based in Europe, while WPS is based in China
and Polaris is based in Korea. This represents a huge difference.

We know GDPR rules rather well as we have had to study them to become
fully compliant, while companies not based in Europe often do not follow
the rules (in fact, they should at least when they handle personal data
of European citizens, but most ignore the law).

As I said, we have to collect a formal permission from every person
portrayed in a picture, especially if the picture is associated to the
LibreOffice logo. The intention is to start to use Instagram again as
soon as possible.

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