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As I see it, as long as he is not conducting the interview on private property, the interviewee implied consent when he agreed to the interview with a camera in his face. Now if a bunch of the public heard the said interviewee ask to not film him and cover his face and WALK AWAY, that may be grounds for an argument. But if someone stops to answer questions with a camera in front of them, what rights do they have to come back months later when they figure out they can make a quick penny? Real question, if anyone knows. I certainly am not saying I do, I have no idea. But this is how I would like it to be....