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[Doriana] Is that even legal under GDPR?

PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 10:22 am
by Doriana
Corinne (H/A/F) shows potential employers photos of her bathroom, but nobody thinks it's weird.

Re: [Doriana] Is that even legal under GDPR?

PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 10:45 am
by LemonCurry
Is her (wannabe) job relevant? Is she an artist? Or architect? Or artisan? (no Alliteration intended :))
Is anyone or anything relevant on the photo besides her bathroom?
Would a photo of her bedroom work? Or her kitchen?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 12:04 pm
by GalFisk
Does she build bathrooms? Build some part of them? Is she a designer? Is she showing her work?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 1:13 pm
by Doriana
Is her (wannabe) job relevant? Yesish, in a broad sense Is she an artist? Or architect? Or artisan? (no Alliteration intended :)) No to these
Is anyone or anything relevant on the photo besides her bathroom? Yes
Would a photo of her bedroom work? Or her kitchen? Yes to both

Does she build bathrooms? Build some part of them? Is she a designer? Is she showing her work? No to all

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 1:37 pm
by GalFisk
Does the photo show: her? Another human? Animal(s)? Cleanliness? A product? A mirror?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 1:38 pm
by Doriana
Does the photo show: her? Another human? No to these Animal(s)? Yes Cleanliness? A product? A mirror? Irrel to these

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 1:42 pm
by GalFisk
Animal(s): dog? Cat? Rodent? Fish? Bird? Reptile? Insect?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 3:07 pm
by Doriana
Animal(s): dog? Cat? This Rodent? Fish? Bird? Reptile? Insect?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 3:27 pm
by Balin
Does Corinne work with animals? Cats? Does she hope to?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 3:50 pm
by Doriana
Does Corinne work with animals? Cats? Does she hope to? No to all

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 4:06 pm
by peter365
Is she being interviewed when she does this? Is she demonstrating her ability to think fast or laterlally even?

Re: [Doriana] Is that even legal under GDPR?

PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 5:08 pm
by Doriana
Is she being interviewed when she does this? NO! Is she demonstrating her ability to think fast or laterlally even? No (Corinne is Doriana in disguise, so you can assume she's an excellent lateral thinker, but that's irrel to the puzzle)

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:26 am
by LemonCurry
Does she write applications on a social media platform?

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:43 am
by Earnest
Did she show a specific part of the bathroom? Did she live in an apartment? Did the potential employer relevantly live in the nearby? In the same apartment? Are the two related a part from the potentially professional relation? Are skype calls relevant? Slide shows? Is the bathroom the only room whose photos are shown? Are we talking about photos belonging to a recent past? Or maybe when she was a baby? When the bathroom was under construction? Is it relevant that the photos were of the bathroom?

Photoshop/phot management/modification relevant at all? Light relevant (e.g. bathroom had a good light...)? Dimensions of the bathroom relevant? Shower? Other bathroom parts? Did she want to make a point? To proof something? Are the photos on paper (e.g. glued on a door visible to anyone) or are them digital ones? Did the employer know that the photos referred to her bathroom specifically?

Re: [Doriana] Is that even legal under GDPR?

PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:53 am
by Doriana
Does she write applications No on a social media platform? But this is relevant

Did she show a specific part of the bathroom? Yope Did she live in an apartment? Yes, but irrel Did the potential employer relevantly live in the nearby? In the same apartment? Are the two related a part from the potentially professional relation? No to these, and FA, there are several potential employers Are skype calls relevant? Slide shows? No to these Is the bathroom the only room whose photos are shown? No Are we talking about photos belonging to a recent past? Yes Or maybe when she was a baby? No, and keep in mind that she was not in the pictures When the bathroom was under construction? No Is it relevant that the photos were of the bathroom? No!

Photoshop/phot management/modification relevant at all? Light relevant (e.g. bathroom had a good light...)? Dimensions of the bathroom relevant? Shower? Other bathroom parts? Did she want to make a point? To proof something? No to these Are the photos on paper (e.g. glued on a door visible to anyone) or are them digital ones? Digital Did the employer know that the photos referred to her bathroom specifically? Yes, or at least it was safe for the employers to assume so

Re: [Doriana] Is that even legal under GDPR?

PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:57 pm
by Earnest
So you put on the internet the pictures so that any potential employers could see them, right?

Is facebook relevant? Linkedin? Is instagram relevant? Comments? Posting? Likes? Stories? Sharing? Profile image? Are we talking about employers mainly involved in: design? Web design? Photos? Pictures in general? Architecture? Internet? Web? Psichology? Marketing? Magazines?
Is it relevant that we talk about more than one pictures? Scrolling relevant? Is the camera used relevant? Are the pictures of a high quality? Low quality? Any effect on them? Relevant how tge images were disposed? One near the other? Were they posted? If so, all together? With a significant lag between one and the other? Were the pictures similar? Identical? Very different?

Is a context going on (e.g. the higher the number of likes the better...)? Is anyone else showing up similar images? Was there something written on the pictures (puns, riddles, sentences, saying, funny things)? Or can we assume they are simple pictures with nothing else a part from the subject? If the latter, can we assume that the picture displays the main activity for which C wants to be employed? Or is the picture per se that main activity?

Re: [Doriana] Is that even legal under GDPR?

PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 3:37 pm
by Doriana
So you put on the internet the pictures so that any potential employers could see them, right? Yesish

Is facebook relevant? Linkedin? Is instagram relevant? No to all Comments? Posting? This Likes? Stories? Sharing? Profile image? Are we talking about employers mainly involved in: design? Web design? Photos? Pictures in general? Architecture? Internet? Web? Psichology? This Marketing? Magazines?
Is it relevant that we talk about more than one pictures? Somewhat Scrolling relevant? Is the camera used relevant? No to these Are the pictures of a high quality? Low quality? Average Any effect on them? Irrel Relevant how tge images were disposed? Somewhat One near the other? Sometimes Were they posted? Yes If so, all together? No With a significant lag between one and the other? Sometimes Corinne posts multiple pictures at once or in quick succession, sometimes weeks go by without her posting any Were the pictures similar? Yes Identical? Very different? No to these

Is a context going on (e.g. the higher the number of likes the better...)? I assume you mean a contest? No Is anyone else showing up similar images? Yes Was there something written on the pictures (puns, riddles, sentences, saying, funny things)? No Or can we assume they are simple pictures with nothing else a part from the subject? Yes If the latter, can we assume that the picture displays the main activity for which C wants to be employed? No! Or is the picture per se that main activity? No

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 4:18 pm
by GalFisk
Is she competing with others when posting? Relevant what the cat is doing in the photos? Relevant at what times they are taken? Posted? Are they posted as soon as they are taken?

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2019 7:55 am
by Earnest
Posting = make a post, maybe with a caption? Or sending via mail? Using a social media platform? Relevant which one? Can I invoke the list of social media platforms? Is the platform generally used to post pictures? Is it Whatsapp? Did you send the images privately? Did she post always in a specific part of the day? Morning? Evening? Afternoon? Night? Relevant? Always the same days? Are routines relevant? Did she post only bathroom pictures?

Is the frequency of posting images relevant? Are potential employers experts in the field of psychology? Or are they people in general?
Did potential employers ask to post monothematic pictures? Relevant from where you post them? From your phone? From your PC? Were the pictures potentially used by potential employers? Just seen by them?

By posting pictures, did you signal some aspect of your own paychology? Did you signal to know the field of psychology potential employers were involved in?
Psychology = addiction to social media relevant? Psychology in general (how a person behaves, his/her feelings...)? Were they Professors?

Can we assume no physical interaction between C and the employers? I mean, C posted the images and could see how many potential employers have seen them (could she? Or she assuned so?)

Re: [Doriana] Is that even legal under GDPR?

PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2019 9:23 pm
by Doriana
Is she competing with others when posting? Relevant what the cat is doing in the photos? Relevant at what times they are taken? Posted? Are they posted as soon as they are taken? No to all

Posting = make a post, maybe with a caption? Yes, or replying to someone else's post Or sending via mail? No Using a social media platform? Yes Relevant which one? Yes Can I invoke the list of social media platforms? You can, it's twitter Is the platform generally used to post pictures? Not primarily Is it Whatsapp? Did you send the images privately? Did she post always in a specific part of the day? No to all Morning? Evening? Afternoon? Night? Relevant? Irrel Always the same days? Are routines relevant? Did she post only bathroom pictures? No to all

Is the frequency of posting images relevant? Not really Are potential employers experts in the field of psychology? Yes Or are they people in general?
Did potential employers ask to post monothematic pictures? No Relevant from where you post them? From your phone? From your PC? Irrel Were the pictures potentially used by potential employers? Just seen by them? This

By posting pictures, did you signal some aspect of your own paychology? Did you signal to know the field of psychology potential employers were involved in? No to these
Psychology = addiction to social media relevant? Psychology in general (how a person behaves, his/her feelings...)? Both irrel Were they Professors? Some are

Can we assume no physical interaction between C and the employers? Yes I mean, C posted the images and could see how many potential employers have seen them (could she? Or she assuned so?) She could not see how many potential employers saw them, but she could assume that some did

Re: [Doriana] Is that even legal under GDPR?

PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:08 am
by Earnest
Ok I do not use twitter...is any particular aspect of twitter relevant? Are notifications relevant? Do you post them on your personal profile? Do one picture replace another? Or do they remain all together in a folder/in a place on twitter? Are they seen (or at least are they supposed to be seen) as soon as they are posted? Do they "make" sense if seen all together or also if seen one post at a time? Are places/mentions/hashtags relevant? Do you mainly post them on psychology pages (if this is the name of twitter's dedicated platforms)? Are retweets relevant?

Do you public pictures of your bathroom to stimulate curiosity? To encourage people to read? Can they be considered a "brand" of your page/profile? Could the puzzle work with you posting sentences instead of pictures?

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 2:40 pm
by irishelk
Does she show potential employers these pictures in the sense that she gives them her Twitter handle? If so, is this requested of her? Required of her? Does she want employers to see these pictures specifically? Do they want to review her social media presence in general, and these just happen to be the pictures that make up much of her feed? Is she giving them this particular profile instead of another one?

Does she use this Twitter profile primarily for pictures of her cat? Does she intend to post pictures specifically of cat-in-bathroom? Or just cat, who happens to be in bathroom? Or just bathroom, which happens to contain cat?
Do the pictures depict a change over time? If so, the growth of kitteh? A bathroom renovation?

Re: [Doriana] Is that even legal under GDPR?

PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 2:59 pm
by Doriana
Ok I do not use twitter...is any particular aspect of twitter relevant? Yesish Are notifications relevant? No Do you post them on your personal profile? Sometimes, but I mainly post them as comments to other people's posts Do one picture replace another? No Or do they remain all together in a folder/in a place on twitter? But also no to this. They are spread out over various twitter posts/threads Are they seen (or at least are they supposed to be seen) as soon as they are posted? Yes Do they "make" sense if seen all together or also if seen one post at a time? They make sense on their own Are places/mentions/hashtags relevant? No Do you mainly post them on psychology pages (if this is the name of twitter's dedicated platforms)? No Are retweets relevant? Only insofar as retweets make it more likely that a certain picture is seen by a potential employer

Do you public pictures of your bathroom to stimulate curiosity? To encourage people to read? No to these Can they be considered a "brand" of your page/profile? Yope Could the puzzle work with you posting sentences instead of pictures? No

Does she show potential employers these pictures in the sense that she gives them her Twitter handle? No If so, is this requested of her? Required of her? n/a to these Does she want employers to see these pictures specifically? NO! Do they want to review her social media presence in general Yope, and these just happen to be the pictures that make up much of her feed? Yes! Is she giving them this particular profile instead of another one? No, she only has one

Does she use this Twitter profile primarily for pictures of her cat? No Does she intend to post pictures specifically of cat-in-bathroom? No Or just cat, who happens to be in bathroom? Yes Or just bathroom, which happens to contain cat? No
Do the pictures depict a change over time? Not relevantly If so, the growth of kitteh? This, but irrel A bathroom renovation? No

Between the two of you, we have enough for the

********SPOILER********

Corinne (who is yours truly Doriana) mainly uses twitter for professional networking with other researchers and research groups from her field, some of whom might be potential employers. However, a lot of academic twitter consists of people posting "I'm having a bad day, send me pictures of your pets". Corinne loves sharing pictures of her cat, so she happily obliges. As she feeds her cat in her bathroom, that's where a lot of pictures are taken. So, potential employers might see pictures of her bathroom on twitter, but neither party thinks it's weird (or at least I hope so... :lol: )

Re: [Doriana] Is that even legal under GDPR? (*POSTED*)

PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 3:38 pm
by irishelk
Aw, good one. I'm likewise always willing to supply cute puppy pictures to those in need.

Re: [Doriana] Is that even legal under GDPR? (*POSTED*)

PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 6:46 pm
by Earnest
Oh cute...as a researcher myself I need a pet as I had a bad day too today :(

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:00 pm
by Doriana
Say no more, Earnest. Brezel and I are always happy to brighten someone's day, researcher or not!

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:15 pm
by Earnest
Cuuuuuuuteeee..*.*.*.*.* thank you Doriana!