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Adding privacy and photography section #88

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@tommorris
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Following the discussion on issue #87.

@cbetta
The Hack Day Manifesto member

:ok: to me, would love another :ok: before we merge it

@kevinprince
The Hack Day Manifesto member

:ok: from me thoughts by @danielknell

@danielknell danielknell merged commit 3aae32c into hackdaymanifesto:master
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Commits on Apr 29, 2013
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    adding section in privacy/photography

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@@ -482,6 +482,17 @@ assumptions about your attendees. Get someone who is demographically very
different from you to check your marketing material through to see if it makes
sense and isn't offensive to someone who doesn't share your background.
+### Make assumptions around privacy clear
+
+Tell people up front what level of privacy they should expect during the event.
+
+If you allow people to take photographs, tell photographers to respect people's
+privacy if they do not wish to be photographed: if someone objects to being
+photographed, they have a right to have that objection taken seriously.
+
+Sleeping areas should be explicitly marked as no photography as sleeping people
+are unable to implicitly consent to being photographed by not objecting.
+
### Do not charge attendees
If developers are willing to donate their time -- which could otherwise be used
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