Why is photography now considered a terrorist act?

Started Oct 2, 2013 | Discussions thread
amalric Forum Pro • Posts: 10,839
Re: USSSR revisited... ?

I am surprised that Freedom of Photography is not considered the same of Freedom of Speech.

If you consider smartphones, they are one and the same thing. Therefore in the countries where there are restrictions one should appeal to Human Rights Watch or Amnesty International, and launch a movement of opinion.

That is also why I connect the problem with the NSA one. How does it feel to be spied while you chat with you loved ones. Is it Freedom of Speech?

Consider also that Freedom of Speech is the very first universal right on which were based all our liberal societies, so it's not negotiable.


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