Legally speaking, you're able to poke a camera at a cop. You (should) know this by now, and for sure cops (really should) know it by now. Carlos Miller, the blogger behind Photography Is Not a Crime, and his crew of activist shutterbugs are on a mission to hammer that point home by constantly testin ... More >>
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