students looking for trouble!!!

  Seth Haniel 08:34 23 Jul 10
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using the 'race card'
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She asked for his contact details but when he refused she began to film him with her mobile phone and he covered his face with a magazine.


dont they know you just can't film anybody without their permission

like to see the PC outcome

  Seth Haniel 08:37 23 Jul 10

oops

  michaelw 08:43 23 Jul 10

The irony is that they can film his face but because they wore Burkas the opposite isn't possible.

  Andsome 08:47 23 Jul 10

If they don't like the British way of life I suggest they go to a country where everyone acceps the fact that some women go round looking like bandits.

  sunnystaines 08:52 23 Jul 10

what happens when these burka people reach 60 how does the bus driver check their photo on the bus pass with the passenger.

  BT 16:20 23 Jul 10

Yes you can - if its in a public place.

  Seth Haniel 17:40 23 Jul 10

Well i'll let you follow your theory. But you may find your camera smashed and eyes blackened. :) good luck to you!

  BT 17:54 23 Jul 10

It ain't no theory its the law of the land.

  Technotiger 18:24 23 Jul 10
  Forum Editor 18:59 23 Jul 10

from the Helproom.

  Forum Editor 19:09 23 Jul 10

without their permission"

Yes, you can, but there are qualifications in certain circumstances.

Every night on the TV news you'll see at least one piece of footage that was shot in a street or other public place. The TV company didn't need to obtain the consent of every person whose face or body appears, but if the camera goes into close-up on an individual that person will have been asked for a consent.

If you shoot footage that you want to use for commercial purposes - for a TV ad, or in a training video, for example, you should obtain the consent of everyone whose face is clearly identifiable. You obviously don't have to worry about crowd scenes.

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