Legal grounds for taking and publishing photos of you
I take and publish photographs of you
1. either with your prior explicit or implicit consent; you have the right to withdraw this consent at any time, however please note that despite this withdrawal I might still be legally entitled to publish the photos in question on grounds of my legitimate interests;
2. or because of a contract (to which you must be a Party);
3. or based on my legitimate interests; in this case you have the right to object to the publication of the photographs on grounds relating to your particular situation; I will then no longer publish the photographs unless I can demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds (which override your interests, rights and freedoms) or need the photos for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.
I only publish photos of children if I have the consent of both the child and its legal representative. I do not take photos of children in their personal sphere.
Where and how long your data is stored
The personal data I receive from you via email is stored by my email provider, Easyname GmbH (www.easyname.at) on servers located in Austria. This company is responsible to implement appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk. I will keep these personal data until you ask me to delete them or if I have reason to assume that I will no longer need them.
I store my photographs on external harddrives which are locked away and - with your prior consent - also in the "cloud". To be able to demonstrate that I am the rightful owner of the copyrighted work, i.e. the photographs, I have to store these pictures for an unlimited time period.
If you visit my Facebook fanpage, Facebook collects personal data about you. Some of the information recorded by Facebook is used to provide me with statistical information on the use of the fanpage via “Facebook Insights”. Facebook provides further information on this under the following link: http://de-de.facebook.com/help/pages/insights. Operators of Facebook fanpages receive this statistical information entirely anonymised. Anyways the European Court of Justice has decided that the operator of a Facebook fanpage is jointly responsible for the data collections carried out by Facebook. Since I use "Facebook Insights" in order to statistically analyse the use of the fanpage, I use your (as mentioned: previously anonymised) personal data on the basis of a legitimate interest and thus in accordance with Art. 6, paragraph 1f of the GDPR.
Please send me an email to robert.marcus(at)klump.photo if you
o wish to know what personal data (including photographs) of you I am processing or
o desire rectification, erasure, restriction of processing concerning this data or
o would like to make use of the right to data portability or
In addition you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Austrian supervisory authority, i.e. the Datenschutzbehörde (www.dsb.gv.at).
For more information on how I process your personal data please click here.