eleonorang Oh, my. ? Is the matter (whatever it is) not covered by the website's current TOC? How could this happen?
Somebody published an article with a photo of a group of people and some people didn't want this photo to be used in a marketing material, so they complained to me, talking about all sorts of legal action and GDPR and such. So I had to contact the author and asked them politely to remove the photo.
Problem is, the author didn't like that I contacted them about this and how I handled it, although I was just trying to notify them about the potential infringement. ?
So now the author is mad and want me to delete their account with all their content and I'd hate to do this because they published a lot of excellent articles that I often use as a good source of inspiration and reference for new translators.
All because I was simply doing my job as a community manager. I suppose I was wrong somewhere and we'll need to think this over and learn from the experience.
With this new GDPR I'm under high amount of stress because last thing I want for The Open Mic is to become a target for legal action. This is the not so fun part of managing a social network for translators, I guess.