Let’s start with privacy and security concerns. We have stressed the importance of privacy and security concerns at the different stages of your event. Privacy is key when sharing the event invitation. Keep in mind that:
• You might need consent before contacting potential participants (for example, European General Data Protection Regulation, other relevant privacy laws.)
• Receiving an invitation to an event can contribute to put a person being put on the spot in certain repressive contexts. Check you risk assessment for levels of risk your event may pose for different participants.
• Use encryption in those cases where your invitation may pose risks for your potential participants.
• Allow participants to register and participate using an alias, if possible.
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