Easily Request Consent
Request consent from individuals by sending a personalized consent form via email directly from your FotoWare. You can also create a QR code for occasions where it isn't possible to send forms via email.
Since photos can be classed as personal data, the way you manage these files must comply with data protection regulations, such as the GDPR. In this 1-minute video, see how Consent Management in FotoWare makes it easy to keep track of photos of people and their usage rights.
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If a person can be identified from a photo or video, it can be classed as their personal data. This means you have to handle that data in accordance with the GDPR, just like you do for data about your customers or marketing prospects. This can also apply to photos and videos of people, such as employees, in your organization.
This is also referred to as the Right to Withdrawal, which gives data subjects the right to withdraw their consent at any time. They must be fully informed of how to do this and it should be as easy as giving consent.
This is also referred to as the Right to Access and ensures that all data subjects have the right to obtain confirmation and information from the data processor about their use of the subject's personal data.
This is also referred to as the Right to Erasure (or the Right to be Forgotten) and it enables the data subject to request that an organization erases all the personal data that they have about the data subject.
Essentially, you need to be able to easily find, delete, or change the consent status of any image your company has of its employees. If you can't reliably do this, or don't have any processes set up, it's highly likely that your organization is breaching the regulations in how it handles this personal data of its employees.
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FotoWare empowers organizations to be GDPR-compliant through proper use of its Digital Asset Management system, and cannot advise on any legal aspect of the GDPR. FotoWare makes no representation, warranty or guarantee of GDPR-compliance when using the product.