I guess anyone can invent a "policy", but would it really ever stand up in court? Is there a reasonable expectation of privacy in a public space? (private property can be a public space). Commercial benefit from a likeness is different than a private video, I think.
Just playing devils's advocate here. The so-called ban isn't necessarily legit.
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