It is all about the controversy that exists about the change of personnel of the Kingston Trio.
Today, anyone can sue anyone, for any reason, good or bad.
Let's assume that in a live stream, someone at camp says something negative about one or more of the current or past members of the Trio. I don't think the lawsuit would get very far, but, today, you never know, theoretically, the Trio member could sue the person who spoke the negative words.
Today, winning a lawsuit is totally immaterial. Having to pay an attorney to defend the lawsuit is where the rub is.
If this controversy did not exist, I'd have no concerns.
I can see where some people at camp wouldn't want to be seen by the world singing off key, or playing the wrong chord.
But, I doubt if very many people would care about this.
What someone does in their own room is their business, and it has nothing to do with the official camp activities, or the Bloodliners.
So, if someone at camp who has a room wanted to live stream, and put a sign on their door....Live streaming going on in this room, enter at your own risk.... I think this would work.
Just remember what Shakespeare said....about attorneys.
All of this .... is a damn shame. Because it is now very easy to connect people on-line. Jim could be in a room at camp where a bunch of people are singing, and Rick could see and hear them, and Rick could say hi to everyone in the room, and play a song and everyone in the room could play and sing along, and anyone... like me...could see and hear it all happening, and say Hi! to all, and sing and play along too.
How cool is that??????????
BTW, the cost would be nominal to do this.
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