This question pertains to whether someone can record me without my consent in MA. The location is an amusement park, which is a private space open to the public. Suppose that we go on a roller coaster where it is only me and one other person on an enclosed cart. Moreover, the rollercoaster explicitly forbids cellphones. Does there exist reasonable expectation of privacy to make illegal being secretly recorded without my consent by the other party with a cellphone?
I am torn on this one. On the one hand, it is a public place. On the other hand, the conversation happens in a “private space” and it is recorded with a medium not expected to be present, per the explicit prohibition.