What to describe, what to publish?

Many children and adults have pockets phone, which describes and pictures as well will be published diligently social in the media. Also Game cameras (monitoring animal movements) and detached houses surveillance cameras have become more common in property control.

Graphs and images publishers however, can wait sting in the tail, if the legislation is not in place. Get to know your rights and in describing your responsibilities in normal situations.

1. Do not photograph people or homes without permission.

It is important to remember that other people may not be photographed without permission. Nor can the courtyards and dwellings of others be photographed. For example, if you describe the yard of another's house or other people in secret, you can call it that for secrecy or to violate domestic peace.

2. You can photograph your own backyard.

You can well photograph your own backyard and its people by asking everyone for permission to photograph. In addition, foreign people now know how to prepare for camera surveillance in detached houses and would therefore not be counted as a covert surveillance..

3. You can photograph guests at your own party.

For example, in family celebrations, even on birthdays, a person is assumed to be able to prepare for filming without asking permission, and filming is not considered an invasion of privacy in principle. To share photos or videos from birthdays where other people are shown, you still need their permission to distribute.

4. Even if you testify and describe the crime, you may not post the video.

Imagine you testify when someone steals a bike. Biscuits take a video of a thief. If, for example, the person who stole the bicycle is identifiable from the video, it could be dissemination of information which infringes privacy. Bicycle theft is considered to be such a trivial act that disseminating an image of a thief may be considered intrusive to disseminate information. You can also be guilty defamation (dissemination of false information), if it turns outin the video a person taking a neighbor's bike not a thief, but there is another explanation for the act. A shopping center cannot, for example, publish a picture of a suspected thug on the same grounds. Only the police can publish pictures of people in search warrants.

5. If you see a car driver crashing into traffic, you will not be able to publish his registration number.

Shooting is allowed in a public place, as in a public road area. However, if the driver of the passing car is identifiable from the video, you may be guilty dissemination of invasive information and, depending on the context of the publication, also defamation. The purpose for which the video is published can also affect the matter, ie whether the video is published in a way that is inconvenient for motorists.

6. Permission to describe a teacher should be sought during the lesson.

You can commit a copyright or defamation offense if you photograph a teacher in class and the situation is not by consensus agreed. Permission to shoot depends on the school's rules of procedure. You are not allowed to describe if the school non-teaching descriptions are prohibited in the rules of procedure. Filming may be prohibited during lessons or other curriculum instruction as a matter of disruption to teaching.

Filming and publishing a video usually do not meet the criteria for any crime, if it is normal teaching situation. However, the release of the video can insult the honor of the teacher, if, for example, is attached to a publication derogatory text.

A teacher’s teaching in a lesson can also form a work, in which case it enjoys copyright protection. Likewise teaching material, shown in the pictures may be copyright protected.

7. Shooting in a public place is for personal use.

Can I photograph at the market or shop if I see something exciting? This is a public place where you can shoot. However, publishing images is a different matter. This is an example where you may be guilty of publishing an image dissemination of invasive information, if the person in the image is identifiable from the image.

8. A picture of people taken in a public place can be published in an appropriate context.

In principle, the publication of an image cannot be prohibited if it has been taken in a public place. Picture copyright belong to to the photographer. However, publishing an image can be a crime if it is likely to cause it damage and suffering image for. If there is nothing offensive in the image and it will be published in a relevant context, publication is not considered a crime. However, it is good practice to ask permission for the subject before publishing, but this is not always possible. For marketing and advertising use, permission must be sought for the subject of the image, ie the image may not be published for marketing and advertising use without the consent of the person.

9. The description rules of the shopping center must be followed.

The shopping center may request filming, but the ban on filming is not binding. Representation is allowed in the location, to which the public has free access, such as in a shopping center, if shooting is not distracting. This belongs freedom of expression.

The owner of the store can decide who to take as their customer and on this basis instruct the graph to leave the site. The guard and the work of the guard must also be respected if he asks the photographers to move away. In such situations, the rights of the owner and the freedom of expression of the photographer are in conflict. It is always worthwhile to act in a good spirit.