Recording, videotaping and photography (including screenshots) are not allowed without the expressed written consent of NHF.
Photos and Videos Code of Conduct
While we encourage Attendees to document and celebrate their experience at NHF’s Events, NHF requires that all Attendees comply with the Code of Conduct to respect the space, privacy, and wishes of other Attendees and the recording policy described in the Event Terms and Conditions. Accordingly, NHF does not permit any Audio Recording, Video Recording, Photography, screen capture, screen recording, livestreaming, or any other type of recording of any Event content including the name, likeness, or image of any Attendees and any Chat Dialogues taking place during Event. (All underlined terms above are defined below). Attendees may not capture or use the materials presented in any meeting/session room or in session notes on display without written permission.
Attendees: Any individual person present at NHF’s event, regardless of the individual’s reason for being present (e.g., registered attendee, speaker, sponsor, staff, vendor, etc.). Regardless of its use in this policy, “Attendees” is intended to be interpreted to include both a group as well as an individual without prejudice.
Audio Recording: The capture and storage of an individual’s voice or sounds using capable technology including, but not limited to, video cameras, cellular phones, tape recorders, wearable technology, etc.
Chat Dialogue: Many online platforms utilized by NHF and by sponsors will involve video conferencing allowing individuals to be on camera during a session or meeting and involve chat functionality where an attendee to the meeting or session may also type questions, responses, or general dialogue.
Event: Any event (whether in person or virtual), meeting, gathering, celebration, conference, webinar, training, experience, or any other gatherings, including, but not limited to, BDC 2023 (virtual or in person).
Photography: Recording an individual’s likeness (e.g., image, picture) using photography (e.g., cameras, cellular phones), video recording (e.g., video cameras, cellular phones), digital imaging (e.g., digital cameras, web cameras, screen capture/screen recording/screen print), wearable technology (e.g., Google Glass), or other technologies capable of capturing an image (e.g., Skype, Zoom, virtual group meeting forums, mobile app).
Video Recording: The capture and storage of an individual’s likeness using video technologies (e.g., video cameras, cellular telephones, web cameras, screen capture/screen recording/screen print, wearable technology).