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Airline passengers’ right to video gets push from incidents in air, on ground

Airline passengers’ right to video gets push from incidents in air, on ground

When things go wrong on an airline flight, a picture is worth a thousand words — and a video can be worth even more.
That’s become evident over the last several months, amid a string of viral videos showing passengers getting booted off flights, altercations between crew and passengers, and the United Airlines passenger dragged off a plane.
With smartphone cameras in the hands of nearly every passenger, episodes that once would have been barstool stories now become national news.
Which raises the question of whether passengers have a right to whip out the phone and start recording whenever they want.
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