Just see in ACP 50, with regards to the Data Protection Act is this snippet:
STORAGE OF PHOTOGRAPHS
- In practical terms, care must be taken when using old photographs or stored images. Photographs should be date stamped and kept for a maximum of 2 years and then destroyed, unless they are specifically required for archive purposes. The latter are exempt under the DPA.
So . . . how of us are actually deleting our photos that are over 2 years old, or just saying they are all required for archival purposes?
How are squadrons/wings storing their photographs?
I’m getting more and more involved in Sqn/wing media and with hundreds of photos just being taken by myself at any single event, the storage capacity quickly racks up.
Obviously the cloud is the sensible answer for storage, but I’d prefer to upload them to somewhere that allows others to view as well, allowing squadrons to then have access to high quality media for recruitment purposes etc.