Compulsion vs peer pressure
By Gary Assim
Following on from our comments about Kate Bush requesting fans to enjoy the moment and not take photos or videos of her comeback concert, Ryder Cup organisers have just announced that they are banning the use of audio or video capture and photos unless on the practice range. This includes the uploading of such files to Twitter, Facebook or other social-media sites.
Whereas Kate Bush appealed to her fans to voluntarily cease such action, the majority of whom seemed to heed her request, the Ryder Cup organisers have taken the opposite view and are apparently forcing people not to take audio, video or photo footage or suffer confiscation of the offending phone or camera…
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