Thursday, February 07, 2019, 6 pm
Location: Fotografie Forum Frankfurt
5 EUR, reduced 3 EUR, for members of the FFF and students with valid ID card admission is free.
Not only with photojournalists and commercial photographers, but also in the field of artistic photography, the DSGVO (General Data Protection Regulation) has caused a lot of turbulence and uncertainty. The DSGVO affects especially street photography, but of course also portraits and people photography in general.
The lecture provides an overview of the affected areas (protection of data privacy versus artistic freedom) and addresses the current jurisdiction of such issues – and provides tips so far at this stage that is possible, for dealing with the new rules.
The lecture will be held in German.
Dr. Angela Hildebrand studied law in Frankfurt, Munich and Freiburg. Parallel to her PhD in the area of copyright, she worked in the editorial office of a law journal for copyright and media law, and thereafter as Director of the Institute for Copyright and Media Law in Munich.
She worked 17 years as a lawyer for industrial property and copyright in an international law firm in Frankfurt. After studying Literature at the Goethe University Frankfurt she has focused her PhD project on image presentation and image discourse in literature and film.
Angela Hildebrand regularly teaches in the fields of industrial property, copyright and general personal rights at the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg.
Furthermore, she is member of the Board of Directors the Fotografie Forum Frankfurt and the Vice President of the DFA (German Photographic Academy).