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Facebook Embeds ‘Hidden Codes’ To Track Who Sees And Shares Your Photos

Facebook has been accused (again) of tracking user photos through hidden embedded codes.

As the social media giant finalizes the terms of its record $5 billion fine, continual privacy headlines will not help it move past the allegations of data misuse.

Source: Facebook Embeds ‘Hidden Codes’ To Track Who Sees And Shares Your Photos

Prince Harry beat paparazzi using GDPR

Prince Harry won a legal dispute with Splash News, a photo agency which used a helicopter to take pictures inside his home.

It is worth noting that legal dispute did not involve a trial, so the issues were never argued in court. Although Splash apologized to Harry in the court statement, it did not admit specific wrongdoing, and could have argued that it did not in fact breach GDPR. It chose to settle instead.

Source: Prince Harry beat paparazzi using GDPR law, new royal weapon vs. media – Business Insider

Misuse of employee´s image may breach law

One of the personal rights of employees is honour and reputation, which is contained in Article 18.1 of the Spanish Constitution and is closely connected to the right to private and family life in Article 12 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 8 of European Convention on Human Rights.

From a national perspective in Spain, Organic Law 1/1982 provides protection of both the right to honour and reputation and the right to personal and family life.

Source: Spain – Misuse of employee´s image by employer triggers breach of self-image right | Ius Laboris