You started with a half truth, largely fabricated to make a point about a bogeyman that doesn’t exist (at least in the real case of your tickets).
It’s become so bad, that when I go to the stadium to watch a football game, it’s considered stealing for me to call my brother at home to tell him the score.
We dispatched that by determining that calling your brother is not even close to synonymous with broadcasting to the public.
Now you end up with such an extreme contortion of any reality to make your point of a potential scary uber-brother, that you are making no point of value at all.
When we fantasize about any perceived threat to individual rights we can of course come up with ridiculous unreal examples of that threat…rather a lot like developing concepts of trascendant gods and demons.
If you don’t like the rules to your holding tickets (set out in advance by the way), then don’t buy the tickets, or buy the tickets and break the rules but know that your expedient can not claim moral high ground, and it may cost you the forfeiture of tickets, rights to future tickets or even civil action by the property owner for breach of agreement.
If people were not willing to live within the rules and obligations involved in owning the tickets…didn’t by the tickets…the stadium owners would either become bankrupt or change the objectionable restrictions.
But there perhaps is the rub. Maybe you propose it is unfair that we must secure our right though actions which may make us uncomfortable. Maybe you believe that a beneficent overlord (authoritarian state?) should mete out rights without requiring the hardship of responsibility.