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  1. Just thought I should bring this latest idea could easily become reality from the EU. While everyone is still buzzing about GDPR enough to be aware that sometimes big bureaucracies and multi governments can do some really really bad things - hopefully unintentionally but results are the same. This little bit of legislation could make GDPR look as dangerous as a newborn kitten. For instance the removal of just about all fair use rules on copyright. Making platforms liable for copyright infringement by users. Having to pay to link to copyrighted material. I will repeat that one. Havin
  2. Alamy are going to have to explain 4.11 of the new contract pretty darn quick. Specifically it now says: caption ... does not include ... any personal details from which a living person can be identified. Guess the Live News service ends in a few weeks. Or have their lawyers not understood the journalistic exemptions of GDPR? Over to you Alamy ...
  3. Here is a link to a youtube video on the new GDPR legislation : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQMFHPnYcYQ&t=1s It all sounds a bit concerning.
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