From: John Foust <>
Date: Mon Dec 13 08:07:50 2004

At 03:00 AM 12/13/2004, Tom Jennings wrote:
>> Well, based on what I know about this sort of issue (and I might be wrong)
>> if it's used in the context of news coverage then of course there's no
>> issue.
>Not true. Besides the fact that "news" is more or less
>entertainment these days, they still need permission to use

Doesn't Sellam have some sort of bouncers to watch for news organizations
at the door, and some sort of boilerplate permission / release paperwork
for them? I've been to many conferences / trade shows as press, where
the show management were quite picky about cameras and camcorders.

In lieu of such paperwork, can't they assume this was an exhibition
open to the public?

- John
Received on Mon Dec 13 2004 - 08:07:50 GMT

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