Saturday, August 18, 2012

The war on photography

Thanks to tOP for pointing to this interview on the criminalisation of photographing in public.

tOP says:
Photographing in public is legal in a free country and public officials do not have the authority to systematically and persistently deprive citizens of rights clearly granted to them by their Constitution. 

Indeed. It's simply a broad oppressive attitude and action, like any other discriminative action by authorities.

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