'At the end of last month, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect, changing how organisations can use personal information. However, teachers have now taken to Twitter to exchange "bonkers" stories about how the rule is being implemented. According to one report, parents have been told they cannot put names on school bags because of GDPR. And letters have been sent home asking parents' permission for their child to be included in class photos going out to other families.' https://www.tes.com/news/teachers-rail-against-bonkers-gdpr-rules What are your views? Do you think that some of the rules to protect personal data have been misinterpreted? What do you think of the lengths that some schools will go to protect personal data? Has this situation about the new regulations been handled correctly? Do you have other examples of where the GDPR rules have been misapplied or used in the wrong way? What do you think needs to be done to ensure that GDPR is used correctly to secure the relevant data?