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Comment: Re: Force his hand..."Sue me! Sooner than later... (Score 1) 374

And how many parents sign or click agree to an agreement before entering a high school stadium. The most they could do is construe violating those policies as being trespassing and kick them out. They would still retain rights to the photos they took.

Comment: Re:Unless it was part of a contract..... (Score 1) 374

While all that's true, he didn't have a release from the athletes to post their likeness online. That's usually part of the standard parent signature form in athletics (I assume - I'm no athlete) but that would only affect photos taken under authority of the school. So the school has no standing, but the students and their parents might.

Comment: Re:Common sense prevails! (Only Partially!) (Score 1) 545

by omnichad (#49698349) Attached to: California Senate Approves School Vaccine Bill

Agreed. My wife may have an MTHFR mutation, which would give any potential future children serious risks to vaccination. Not having enough medical exceptions is what scares me about laws like this. We would have to rely on herd immunity, which of course this law would help with if it weren't for the fact that it would mandate vaccines to people who may be at risk from them.

"Indecision is the basis of flexibility" -- button at a Science Fiction convention.