Jan 192017
 January 19, 2017  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Non-U.S.

Kiri Gillespie reports:

The Privacy Commissioner has found a photography business misled a mother “about almost everything” in using photos of her young children in promotional material without her consent.

The commissioner took the step of naming Expressions Sessions to warn people about its unlawful practices in its use of personal information.

Expression Sessions was investigated after a mother complained she recognised her children, aged under 4, in advertising from photos the business took of the children during a free photo shoot at Bayfair Shopping Centre, Tauranga, in 2014. Expression Sessions is also being investigated by the Commerce Commission.

Read more on New Zealand Herald.

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