It is good Netiquette to ask permission before recording on private property. Don't shoot video on private property without asking first.
Private property does not belong to us. Many public places are on private property. Most of the time it does not bother people if personal video is taken. Some establishments have rules against taking pictures of any kind.
There are many reasons why a person or place may not want to be in your amateur video. Professionals pay for the right to shoot video in places, amateurs ask.
Ask permission before recording video in public because their may be legitimate objections.
Published on May 17, 2015 | 0:33 Seconds | Science and Technology
An overview of Digital Video Netiquette. Key terms and graphics that correspond to explanations.