If one of us were on there...
would they need our permission to use the footage? Or if we are caught in the act can they just show it on TV? These would seem like a clear invasion of privacy for an act that is specifically perfectly legal.
Funny story made me think of this, I was once playing blackjack in laughlin and a semi-astute dealer whom caught on to the act of another counter and then after a longer period of time even suspected me of counting. This was at a very decent 8 deck game so it is not as transparent as single deck. He made a claim that he seen me on TV. I said what I never been on TV. He said "Don't lie, its all cool, you look just like that guy I saw on _________, the show said he was the worlds best blackjack player or something. I denied it flatly. I said "If I were the best blackjack player in the world what the hell would I be doing playing for these stakes?" He said "yeah and the cards don't seem to be falling your way today, but you got in the game at the right time that is for sure." I told him how and why no player would ever beat the houses in Nevada and he was then convinced that even I was a loser. He was pulling Bj's left and right at high counts, and of course I was nailing aces on 11's and hitting 12's with 10's. Its all good since I wasn't in direct betting proportion anyway, I was on my way back from california and the stakes were of minimal overall consequence. I beat him up later and booked a sizable win for the stakes I was betting.
The person he saw on TV was not me but if it was what could I do about it?