Originally Posted by jumanji321
Yes they can because if the video was taken without his permission and posted, I believe it violates his rights.
Uh, no. It doesn't violate ANY of his rights.
It might be a violation of Youtube policy, which is FAR, FAR from a violation of law or civil rights.
Most people think they have far more rights than they actually do. And when you do something in public, your image is not yours. You have ZERO expectation of privacy in a public place and there is plenty of legal precedent to back that up.
You can be photographed in public all day long. You can be video recorded in public all day long. And if the recording is not done in a surrepetitious manner, you can be audio recorded as well in virtually all states.