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To be clear if you have every parent tick or sign the terms and conditions which allows you to take photos then you do not need to seek permission every time
This is because by agreeing to the terms and conditions they accept to allow you to take photographs.
But you must have an agreement from all the parents.
But you do not need this every time, just once
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
thank you for your answer but I need to clarify it please.
When the parents join in the academy they send an 'online registration from' which has the terms and conditions. Also every term they re-register the child. Should I add the T&C every term or the initial one is enough?
Do they re-register online?
OK, I would also include it when they re-register just to make doubly sure.
actually, I've just checked the website and already has it
Then you are all set
time ago we published some photos in our website and one of the parents told us 'this is very dangerous, you can have serious problems', what it that because he didn't read the T&C??
Sorry for the silly question...
Yes they probably didnt read it,
what about if a parent that has already sihned (we don't receive children that are not registered) tell us thay don't want the photos. Can they withdraw the agreement?
No, not unless your agreement allows them to withdraw consent
I know this is redundant but can we use the photos in posters and magazines even if the children that appear there are not longer in the course? usually, the photos are old
Yes if you have consent already
does the consent includes filming?
If you have put that in your terms yes
You already have the terms and conditions, can you please check? see original message
Then yes that is fine - you can use that
good. One more thing, just to finish this. When I posted my question, the image and name of other lawyer appreared, later on after I paid you were there and I understand that your field is something like social housing
Firstly, why did the professional change?
I work for a local authority which includes contractual matters as well as child protection issues
secondly, do you have experience in the field you need to know for my answer?
I can only see questions I can not see anything else to do with the site.
Yes, I am a local authority lawyer, see above
Good, I'm happy with your answer.
Thank you and goodbye. I will rate your service with a top grade.