Oh... maybe this is where we disagree. I can't imagine that the league would back someone who refused to play because someone was video taping the match. I think the league would tell them that the person literally has every right to video tape the match unless the facility prohibited it.I say yes. If the person not wanting to be recorded refused to play while being recorded, I believe he or she would be backed by the league in that position
But the situation we are talking about would be whether one parent has the ability to veto another parent videotaping their own child play. OF course one parent should not be able to do so because videotaping your own child is very reasonable behavior.And should a parent have veto power over some creeper that wants to tape young kids playing on public courts?
Expand on this further. LEts say that someone wanted to record their son's soccer game. Should they get permission from the parents of the other 21 children before "basic human decency" would let them do so? Personally I would go ahead and film because to me that is very reasonable behavior and if someone were to object to it I would listen to them and decide whether their objection were reasonable or not.