Photographing children in a venue (ie. Disneyland)

Started Jun 29, 2010 | Discussions thread
Craig Gillette Veteran Member • Posts: 9,896
Re: Property owner's rights

You don't "own" a public park. Any more than you own the police cars or the fire trucks - try taking one for a spin someday. Owners can place legitimate restrictions on activities in parks and the like and that can include restrictions on operating a business. That one may not have an expectation of privacy in the park has no bearing on whether it's legal to wander in and run a business selling pictures to the parents, etc.

Which is all off topic to the idea that there is anything wrong with taking pictures in Disneyland. Everybody does it. They even encourage cast members to assist guests by taking pictures of them and have the Photopass photographers widely spread out about the resort doing so as well.

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