I often take online meetings with my clients to provide them technical consultation. They’re all audio-- no video. We sometimes share screens also. Mostly my client shares his/hers, and sometimes the other way round. I rarely take control of my client’s screen when s/he does.
Some of my clients are recording our meetings for latter reference. So with this, they no longer have to take any notes, but just can turn the recording and go thru. The meetings are all technical-- it’s not about “who said what”, validating what’s been going on, etc. That just isn’t the nature of these meetings.
I’ve been ok all along with this and still am. But wondering still.
Should I be any concerned being recorded like this, can I end up with any trouble?
This isn't for a company-- I'm a freelancer.
I don't always sign an agreement-- some jobs are small. When I sign, there hasn't been anything about this-- recording/not in the contract.
Can I ask them not to record me? Sometimes I've been recorded without being asked.