At Hills Basketball, we recognise the value of our local competition members and therefore, we have chosen to implement a new automated video system for our local competition users. Glory League makes everyday players feel like superstars with professional quality full game videos, personal highlight reels and stats.
The Glory League highlights by player relies on the accuracy of the person doing bench. Please make sure that baskets are recorded as they happen, to the correct team at the correct time, as it will provide a better viewing experience.
Hills Basketball Association is proud to offer you automatic enrolment with a Glory League account, a link to which will be sent to your registration email address after the completion of your first game on a Glory League equipped court. If you don’t receive your email links to your Glory League film, please check the email address on your Hornets dashboard account. Further issues please contact the stadium on 9894-8944.
Glory League has an array of privacy options implemented at installation and activation. These settings can be amended as required to suit your needs.
Glory Leagues technology captures wide shots of the court action, rather than focusing on individuals. It also removes the need for other videos to be filmed by individuals. Note: HBA Photography Policy does not prohibit personal recordings, however does require registration of details for individuals capturing games.
Participants agree to Glory Leagues Terms & Conditions when they register to play, as well as HBA competition by-laws and zero tolerance policy.
Glory League’s privacy practices have been reviewed by an independent legal counsel which found that the system is fully compliant to Australian Privacy Requirements.
If a Member is reasonably believed to have breached this policy, the matter may be referred to a Disciplinary Tribunal. If the HBA CEO deems the activity or use of Glory League to be improper, he or she may take whatever action they consider to be reasonably necessary in the circumstances. If a member is found to be in breach of this policy, they may face the following sanctions:
If found to use Glory League to publicly criticize any officials, coaches or players related to basketball activities, as per Basketball NSW Tribunal By-Laws can face up to a Twenty (20) week suspension.
In addition to suspension, the following Glory League penalties will apply:
First offence – banned from Glory League platform for 2 weeks.
Second offence – banned from Glory League platform for 12 months.
Third offence – banned indefinitely from Glory League platform.
NOTE: Anyone who posts any content on any public or private platform are subject to normal civil and criminal laws in terms of defamation, intimidation, harassment, pornographic content, etc.
In Australia, there are no laws specifically prohibiting photographing and filming people (including children) in public places. It is a legitimate pursuit to film and take photos at sporting events.
By registering to play at HBA, you are agreeing to be filmed by our ‘Glory League’ cameras. You acknowledge and agree that such photographs and electronic images may be used by Hills Basketball Association or unrelated entities or persons (eg Glory League, Krossover, Huddl, and
others) to provide video engagement systems or other third party services for use by basketball players, coaches and administrators and images of you may be tagged and shared online or otherwise.
Whilst individuals can still film independently, patrons who would like to photograph or video within any Hills Hornets venue must sign the Camera Register to acknowledge that the photos/video footage taken are/is for the purpose of recording personal memories or is for legitimate coaching purposes and that photos/footage will not be published with identifying information.
Exceptions to Freedom to Photograph
There are specific instances in law where the taking of any image is banned. Such instances generally relate to child custody matters, wards of the state, restraining orders and witness protection. It is also possible that from time to time other circumstances may also preclude the taking of any image of an individual.
Where such orders are in place it is the responsibility of the parent or guardian or individual to notify Hills Basketball Association including where appropriate the provision of a confidential copy of the order. In such cases Hills Basketball will use its best endeavors to prevent the taking of such images.
Once in receipt of legal documentation and instructions, HBA will set the person/s status within Glory League to private which will disable footage of ALL games that person participates in. No player/member will be able to view or share footage of those games.
Social Media Sharing
We ask that our customers behave respectfully in regard to HBA on social media. Whilst we respect the freedom of speech of each individual, we expect customers to inform HBA staff directly via email of any concerns before making negative comments publicly. We recommend that parents and spectators follow the guidelines below to ensure the responsible use of social media in relation to HBA:
– Do not bring HBA’s brand and reputation into disrepute;
– Do not make comment on athletes, parents or members;
– Do not transmit any kind of sexually explicit material, violent and/or graphic images;
– Do not make comments designed to harass or bully players, team personnel or referees from any association;
Please note that HBA has the authority to ban any customer from HBA facilities if behaviour is deemed to be extremely inappropriate or unlawful.
Hills Basketball Association requires that should photos/videos be shared on social media, the person should select a closed group.
ABUSE & PUBLIC CRITICISM
HBA will not accept Glory League footage as evidence to appeal a referee, official or staff decision.
Glory League can not be used as a way to publicly criticise any officials, coaches or players. The sharing of glory league footage is to be exclusively used for educational and recreational purposes. As outlined in HBA Policies when you enter the venue, you are subject to Tribunal if it is reported and found that you are using Glory League to publicly criticise, abuse or challenge referees, players, officials or spectators.
When you enter a HBA venue, you agree to our Zero Tolerance Policy and Code of Conduct. These rules apply to players, officials, and spectators. When you register to play, you agree to competition By-Laws, BNSW Tribunal By-Laws and Basketball Australia Participant T&Cs.