This is another "kids' sports" question (but could likely be applied to any other activity they are involved in.) I know we touched on privacy (or lack thereof) of photos before but I believe this has a slightly different angle.
In today's technological age, if you show up at any child's sporting event you are bound to see well meaning parents that are busy recording all the action through their cell phones, tablets, or cameras/video cam.
We now have to deal with complaints from a few parents that are objecting (strongly) to their children's teams showing up on YouTube without their permission. This was not done by the league but apparently by other parents who then posted them to the web.
(FTR, supposedly there aren't any last names written or shared, but within the videos you can hear parents cheering for their kids by their first name. In the background are identifying landmarks that would allow anyone to know where the kids play.)
The parents have expressed concern about their kids' safety and state that they do not post or share photos online. They object to their children being included. The filming parents feel that it is their right to take videos of their child's game and the freedom to post it as they wish.
What do you think?