Thankyou. My understanding is any objector to being recorded or filmed at a public Parish Meeting has no right to stop the recording or video and needs to make their representations by another method (eg by speaking or writing to the Clerk or a Councillor). Legislation 2014 applies? However the person videoing or recording can by way of courtesy (only) position themselves in the room in order that the objector is not captured on film. This would include vunerable adults and children present. I am aware that depending on how that recording is used it can be subject to the Data Protection Act but if recording to ensure an accurate record is made of the meeting for others unable to attend and so that if sharing of information accusations of inaccuracies cannot be made (as the recording can be checked) .