I started to have second thoughts about our kids showing up in a Knott's commercial or web video later on. I looked at our tickets and saw the legal wording on the back which said the park had the right to take photos or video of guests by virtue of the guest entering the park.
Here are my questions:
1. Is this common practice among amusement/theme parks? Does anyone know of any cases where someone or their kids was photographed and later used in promotional material, and got into a dispute with the park over it?
2. Unless the photographer was filming a large group, wouldn't it be common courtesy to make sure it was okay with the park guest before filming?
Thanks for your thoughts and feedback.
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