I know you're allowed to film where there's no existing expectation of privacy - at the beach etc with the caveat of indecent recordings, such as people changing etc.
Hypothetical situation -
A man entering a companies offices while filming a video and arguing with staff.
These offices are open to the public, but closed off from walk-ups and down a long drive, so a destination for customers, rather than a walk-through.
Is the company legally entitled to ask this person to stop filming or are they powerless to stop this person?
I know you can legally record telephone conversations in New Zealand as we have 'single consent' law, wondering where this comes in to it.
Thanks for your help, a google wasn't cutting the mustard.