“No consent – no photos” is the new “No shirt, no shoes (no mask), no business.”

You need consent under GDPR to take photos or videos in a pub and upload them to the pub’s social media networks. An informative sign is not enough, says Spain’s Agencia Española de Protección de Datos – AEPD.

The fact that the pub had provided an explanatory poster does not guarantee that the consent was unequivocal, since it can’t prove that each and every one of the attendees to the event had read the poster and agreed with its content.

Details from GDPR Hub.