Wednesday, May 28, 2008

The Photographer’s Right

A Stand for Photographer’s Rights

The right to take photographs in the United States is being challenged more than ever.

People are being stopped, harassed, and even intimidated into handing over their personal property simply because they were taking photographs of subjects that made other people uncomfortable.

Recent examples have included photographing industrial plants, bridges, buildings, trains, and bus stations. For the most part, attempts to restrict photography are based on misguided fears about the supposed dangers that unrestricted photography presents to society...Full Post Here


Anonymous said...

In this era of racial profiling, warrentless searches, and extraordinary rendition, do your written rights really have any meaning? A middle aged Caucasian may be able to sweet talk a security guard, but anyone else should probably find a different hobby.

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