British cops deliver Catch 22 to photographers: you're not allowed to know which area

Started Jun 14, 2009 | Discussions thread
Rootbeer
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Re: Simply ask before you shoot
In reply to dh steffi, Jun 15, 2009

dh steffi wrote:

No one with developed moral valuies would like to endanger society
and their fellow men. Simply ask a police officer who is around or
call the nearest police station before you use your camera in those
cases you are not certain whether photography is allowed. Takes an
extra effort, but nothing exorbitant to protect the country you are
in.
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That may work for the grandpa who likes to take snap shots of their kids running through the park, but not for any news or media photographer. Shoot first, ask questions later.

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