Christmas Program

A’s first Kindergarten Christmas Program. Was super cute and they all did so well. I’m not posting many pictures of it since I’m not comfortable showing close ups of children whom I don’t have parental permission from to post them on this public blog. (Reason for the purple smiley faces).

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  • Jan December 24, 2013 at 1:15 am Reply

    @public events you don't have to worry, I'm pretty sure. Journalistic something or other law.

    VERY cute!!

  • Everyday Snapshot December 24, 2013 at 4:00 am Reply

    No kidding?! I did not know that. Well heck, I may just go back and add the other pic's then. Oh they were so stinkin cute!

  • Everyday Snapshot December 24, 2013 at 4:02 am Reply

    By Golly looky there. I learned something today. Thanks Jan. Glad I don't have to be so timid about things like programs and soccer games, etc.

    Can I publish photographs containing people and children?
    Of course you can. For images captured in locations where there can be no reasonable expectation of privacy, the photographer does not need the permission of the individual(s) who appear in that photograph in order to publish it online, in a newspaper, textbook or in a magazine. The Data Protection Act includes a ‘special purposes’ exemption and such publication would not constitute a breach of the right to privacy. The general term for such usage is ‘editorial’ and the photographer can pass on or sell their work for that purpose (and may use the images for the purpose of artistic expression). Good examples include news reporters, event photographers and of course paparazzi. The same rights extend to all photographers, amateur or professional. Contrary to what most people think, there is no separate law governing the taking of or publication of images of minors (providing the image is not used to depict the indecent exploitation of children).

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