Photography is legal, except when it isn't.

Started Feb 17, 2019 | Discussions thread
DiffractionLtd
DiffractionLtd Senior Member • Posts: 2,836
Re: Photography is legal, except when it isn't.

Michael Fryd wrote:

Krav Maga wrote:

https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/06/us/chinese-student-photographs-military-base/index.html

"According to court documents, Zhao entered the Joint Interagency Task Force South military property, located on Naval Air Station Key West, on September 26 without permission "by circumnavigating the installation's primary fence line, and entering the military property from the beach."

It has always been true that in the USA, the owner of private property has the right to prohibit photography taken from that area.

This is very true in Canada as well, even when people are allowed on the property.  Case in point;  the large bank and financial buildings downtown.  You try to take pictures of them from their land, security will stop you.  You can only take them from the adjacent sidewalks.

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