What about making or posting video recordings of talks and meetings? Are these considered to be anonymity breaks, since people are seen full-face and clearly identify themselves as A.A. members?

Realizing that anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our Traditions, it is recommended that talks by A.A. members as members be given in person, rather than be video recorded, in view of the temptation of video recording to place "personalities before principles,” and thus encourage the development of a “star” system in A.A. (As per 1980 General Service Conference resolution)