Ability to set a custom recording policy per Tech Community request
Ray Lippig commented
This would provide needed value to our discussion with teams both inside and outside of our organization.
Richard Jolly commented
This needs to be done ASAP - the Recording Notification for 1:1 calls seems to reuse the Meeting Notification and is contextually incorrect!!!
Add our own policy links: https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/20400868-add-our-own-policy-links
Make the Teams Recording banner language customizable: https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/41080261-make-the-teams-recording-banner-language-customiza
Nick Perrusio commented
Dave Allison commented
I am a DPO and I just had my monthly catchup meeting with our CTO and Teams recording was the main topic. We tested it as I need to make sure that our privacy notice is available at the point of capturing the personal data (people's images and voice recording). I was shocked to see it took me to the Microsoft privacy notice.
Microsoft is the data processor here and your clients are the data controllers. GDPR article 13 applies https://gdpr-info.eu/art-13-gdpr/. Data processors do not show privacy notices to data processors' data subjects. This is very much a breach of GDPR.
This is much needed!
Hi, we were even thinking on giving the option to add the company privacy statement as part of a meeting invite in the footer.
But the footer is only a plain text format, so we cannot add our company's privacy statement link.
Any options on this??? It is extreamely important to comply with Data Protection, especially in Europe with GDPR.
[Deleted User] commented
FYI .. if you want this reviewed by Microsoft, please get the votes up by telling your co-workers to vote on it and get it up to > 1000 votes!
Bernd Roth commented
+ I'm for it
Miguel Contreras commented
Solicitamos amablemente generar el desarrollo para personalizar un poco la política de grabación de llamadas desde Teams
While you are at it please look at the legal basis description when recording. "Consent by joining. The wording is problematic if the legal basis is defined as e.g. legitimate interest in customer privcacy notice and also looks more like opt-out than opt-in.
Tarek Ali commented
In our organization, Stream recordings are made available to the entire org by default. This should NOT be the case. The default privacy should be for the meeting attendees only, unless explicitly changed later by the recording owner.
We support a number of schools and have worked hard during the COVID-19 period to get all our schools using teams efficiently. There is a MAJOR SAFEGUARDING CONCERN with teams’ recordings.
We recommend for the safety of Staff & Pupils that all lessons are recorded. In case something happens during the lesson that needs to be reviewed, it’s also great because it allows students that have missed their lesson to watch it again. BUT we’ve had a number of times where parents have asked ‘inappropriate’ questions at the end of the class while the meeting is still being recorded and other times where individual students have said things during the meetings that shouldn’t be rewatched – obviously they still want keeping for safeguarding reasons but the class of 30 students do not need the ability to re-watch or download the footage.
At present we’re having to delete whole channels just to remove access to one video. – this was ok in the first couple of weeks because there wasn’t too much in the channel, as weeks go on and more resources are added it’s becoming more of an issue.
Please Microsoft put this issue as a PRIORITY FIX, it is one of the reasons schools are looking and using other platforms instead of teams.
Feel free to contact me if you need more concerns.
Customizing Privacy Statement for recording is a feature that we are looking for in our Company
Norman Noble commented
Osman Sharif commented
To help get someone's explicit consent (GDPR) to the recording there should be someway to force organisers with the meeting recording policy enabled to make a choice whether the meeting needs to be recorded or not. If it does then the attendees all need to confirm that are happy for the meeting to be recorded/ or forced to accept that the meeting will be recorded when they join and if they don’t the meeting invite or they cannot join the call (we should have some way to report on this). This would tick of the box for getting explicit consent.
My Organization would like to alter the wording of the On screen warning: So that it more accurately states to the people joining the meeting "By joining, you are agreeing to your participation being recorded".
As it is not just their image and voice being recorded, but their behaviour joining and leaving time etc.
Alper Özerden commented
Also the warning text is different on every platform (win/ios/android).They should be same.