On uploading video recordings, intellectual property rights and GDPR
To facilitate access for everyone regardless of timezones, and to secure stability during the conference, we have asked that all symposia, paper presentations and lightning talks are held in the format of video recordings. Once accepted, presenters must commit to submitting their video recorded talk by June 1, 2021. The recordings will be made available for participants on the digital conference platform a week before conference opening.
The easiest and safest way for you to share your recorded presentations with us is to create your own YouTube account, upload the recording, and set the video visibility option to unlisted. You can find an instruction sheet for how to do this HERE:
When the video has been successfully uploaded, you can share the link with the conference convener Live Weider Ellefsen to add to the conference program. This way, as a presenter, you have sole ownership of your recording. You can choose to disable the video when the conference is over, or you can choose to leave it available for participants to see in the conference archive, which is open for six months after the conference.
Lightning talk presenters will receive their invitation to set up a digital presenters booth upon registering for the conference. Please follow this link for instructions to setting up your booth:
If you prefer not to create or use your own YouTube account, you have the opportunity of transferring the video to us at firstname.lastname@example.org using for example WeTransfer, https://wetransfer.com. In this case we will upload the video for streaming from a YouTube account administered by the organizing committee.
Please note also that the platform we use for our digital conference, MyOnvent, is fully GDPR compliant. MyOnvent confirms that it will implement appropriate technical and organisational measures in such a manner that processing will meet the requirements of the Personal Data Regulation and ensure the protection of the rights of the data subject, inclusive comply with the requirements in Article 32 of the General Data Protection Regulation. Upon registering for the conference, you have the opportunity of reviewing the terms of participation.