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Photography issues getting closer to home? Taking a public photoPosted Sunday, July 13, 2008, at 7:33 AM
Does anyone KNOW what the laws are in Tennessee about taking public photos? Here is another article on taking a photo in public, this time of a police officer, but THIS time in the U.S. http://www.tricities.com:80/tri/news/loc...
Chances seem high that this is much to do about nothing, but it makes me wonder what the laws are regarding photography in public. You might remember that the British have some sort f ban on it from another post I made. I have seen more about that in the news, so that may be real, but what about here?
I thought it used to be that you could take pictures, but not use them in a commercial way without a model release. IfF someone asks you NOT to take their picture or a picture of their home, I am sure it is common etiquette to not do it, but is there a law?
Somewhere in my brain I seem to remember that authorities can seize photographs of sensitive military or terrorist targets, but I am not sure if that is a mix between reality and fiction or.....?
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