Right to a Person’s Own Image
Every person has a right to his or her own image; likenesses cannot be shown or disseminated except with the consent of the person depicted.
If you have granted your consent to the media to take pictures, you must also accept that images that you do not like or that do not portray you in a positive light may be published in newspapers or TV recordings.
Please be sure to also keep the above points in mind if you wish to use pictures of colleagues or work situations: Do you have the rights to do so? Please also note that if you wish to use photographs of colleagues or work situations, they have the right to their own image.