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So Called Anti-Paparazzi Law

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Flying Cephlopod, May 12, 2014.

  1. Flying Cephlopod

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    One voice of concern that many on this forum have expressed is concern about are people who object to UAV or "drones" or being photographed by a UAV.

    The title is misleading, but that's how the media have reported this issue:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-24294901

    Some snippets from the article:

    What does that mean for anyone in any public space with any camera who is photographing an event, where minors are not the subject matter but are incidentally in the photo? A crowd of people, a parade, a street scene, and a performance come to mind as examples. It shouldn't matter whether a camera is hand-held or on a UAV.

    I'm not asking about the celebrity status or if the photography is of any commercial intent.
     
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