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GDPR and schools.

GDPR and schools.

Like most newspapers, The Sentinel has a policy of only using someone’s quotes or picture if we can name them. There are a few exceptions, such as if we’re protecting a whistle-blower. But generally speaking, using a name helps prevent misidentification. And let’s face it, simply putting ‘Joe said’ next to a quote would look pretty ridiculous.

GDPR was never designed to catch out schools wanting to share their good news in print. It was aimed at bringing existing rules into line with the digital age and ensuring big businesses that store huge amounts of data on us operate in a more transparent way.

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