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Decorating the GDPR

Here is an image documenting the six data protection principles embedded in the GDPR. I made this using powerpoint and got the pictures from flickr. This page both established a URL and allows me to document the image credits and assert creative commons terms.


This is slide was made by me and is under CC Dave Levy BY-SA 2017

  1.  The Judges  – on flickr, CC openDemocracy 2012 BY-SA
  2. The Fence     – on flickr, CC Feran Jordà 2012 BY-NC-ND
  3. The Boat       – on flickr, CC James Butler 2012 BY-NC-ND
  4. The Target    – on flickr, CC Cesar Bojoquez 2005 BY
  5. The Clock      – on flickr, CC Dineshraj Goomany 2010 BY-SA
  6. The Keyhole – on flickr, CC stanze 2014 BY-SA

And so I made a second one, this time on the lawful reasons.

Lawful Reasons

This is slide was made by me and is under CC Dave Levy BY-SA 2017

  1. The Handshake – on flickr, CC 드림포유 2009 BY-ND
  2. The Contract – on flickr, CC 24oranges,nl 2014 BY-SA
  3. One Way – on flickr, CC Alex Ortiz de Guinea 2007 BY-NC-ND
  4. Danger – on flickr, C C twm 2005 BY-NC-ND
  5. Public Bridleway  – on flickr, CC Chris Holloway 2014 BY
  6. Binoculars – on flickr, CC Mark Lindsey 2006 BY-NC-ND

Comments ( 4 )

  1. ReplyAuthorDave
    These may be derived works, this page discusses the four fair use tests.
  2. ReplyPaul Binning
    Hi Dave, would you please give me permission to use these in Awareness training, if I note yor URL on the slide? Many thanks
  3. ReplyAuthorDave
    Yes. I am changing the copyright terms for my slides to CC BY-SA. The reasons for originally claiming all rights reserved have gone. You should/must refer to this URL, or alternatively satisfy yourself that you have met the image creative commons restrictions. They all require attribution but some have a no derivatives restriction.
  4. ReplyAuthorDave
    I have amended the copyright statements on the slides.

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