Take the ISO 27001 course exam and get the EU GDPR course exam for free
LIMITED-TIME OFFER – VALID UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2021

Expert Advice Community

Guest

GDPR and hosting events

  Quote
Guest
Guest user Created:   Feb 26, 2019 Last commented:   Feb 26, 2019

GDPR and hosting events

1. I am developing an event website and my main question is about posting the events. Is it considered public information the name, time and prices of those events posted on the bars, clubs and venue's website?
0 0

Assign topic to the user

EU GDPR DOCUMENTATION TOOLKIT

Step-by-step implementation for smaller companies.

EU GDPR DOCUMENTATION TOOLKIT

Step-by-step implementation for smaller companies.

Expert
Andrei Hanganu Feb 26, 2019

Answer: Information about the venues where the events are held is not considered personal data as it is not linked to an individual.

2. Can I post those events on my website?

Answer: You can post such events on your website. Privacy Laws including the EU GDPR do not cover non-personal data. However, you may have some other restrictions related to, for example, copyright.

3. Can I use the pictures used to promote the events?

Answer: Pictures are a tad complicated if they can be used to identify people but you could use them though you would need to have a privacy notice explaining where you got the pictures from, for what are you using them, how long you are going to keep them etc. If you want to find out more ab out the EU GDPR, check out this EU GDPR Foundations Course (https://training.advisera.com/se/eu-gdpr-foundations-course//).
Quote
0 0

Comment as guest or Sign in

HTML tags are not allowed

Feb 26, 2019

Feb 26, 2019

Suggested Topics

Guest user Created:   Sep 24, 2021 EU GDPR
Replies: 0
0 0

Conversion to UK version of GDPR

Guest user Created:   Sep 21, 2021 EU GDPR
Replies: 2
0 0

Application of GDPR to emailed CVs

Guest user Created:   Aug 30, 2021 EU GDPR
Replies: 1
0 0

Complying with EU GDPR