When you are in public, it is different. You have no right to privacy in a public place, because it is public. People can take your picture at a rally or public meeting and can tell others what you said there. They do not need your consent to show or tell others what you did in public. All the law says is that they must be truthful about what you said or did.
Sometimes AACT uses pictures or stories to show how self-advocates make change happen. We do this because we want self-advocates to be proud and inspire other people to make the world a better place.
AACT have made a new consent form to help us tell stories of Albertans advocating for change together. An AACT representative (self-advocate or ally) will go through the form with you if we want to add your picture or story.