Carlos Miller

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    January 30, 2014

    BSO Deputies Tried to Keep Photographer from Filming Jail

    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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    January 14, 2014

    Is It Legal for Cops to View and Delete Your Cellphone Pictures and Video?

    It's a modern-day dilemma: You're in the middle of a fracas. Cops show up. You whip out your cellphone. You hit record. The cops -- worried that you might have caught them in an unflattering actions, afraid you may have gotten their "bad side," or just under lots of pressure in a dangerous job, in ... More >>

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    August 1, 2013

    Facebook Disables 'Boycott Dirty Blondes' Page On Its Site

    At a time when the power of new media is quickly supplanting -- and even out-reporting -- traditional media, the "Boycott Dirty Blondes" Facebook page was a poster child of a new era. It was explosive, fast, and exclusively crowd sourced. In just one day on Facebook, it crested an incredible surge ... More >>

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    May 3, 2013

    CBS4's Brian Andrews Caught Looking Like a "Douchebag" in Video

    There are several things that Brian Andrews absolutely does not like. For one, the CBS4 newscaster doesn't like being videotaped in public by strangers. He also doesn't like explaining why he doesn't like being videotaped in public in strangers. He furthermore doesn't like law firms -- they may ... More >>

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    June 15, 2011

    Journalists Sue Fort Lauderdale Over Photography Ban, Plan Himmarshee "Lunch-In"

    Carlos Miller​Fort Lauderdale has a lawsuit on its hands after letting a movie production company put up bogus no-trespassing signs, which attempted to prohibit photography by citing a random city ordinance.The Hollywood film Rock of Ages is being filmed around the Himmarshee Village area. Several ... More >>

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    November 24, 2009

    Ouch! "Outgoing" SPJ Prez Julie Kay Bites Back!

    Kay: This is not a swan song.​Yesterday we told you about the coup staged at our local chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists by one Michael Koretzky -- student advisor to FAU's newspaper. Koretzky marched in to the elections on November 19th with a posse of pissed-off students and fri ... More >>

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    December 19, 2008

    I Am The Future Of Journalism Because ...

    ... I'm so desperate that I dream of working for some weird Internet start-up that wants to replace real journalism with blog posts. Yes, and that's just one possible answer to the question being asked by an outfit called Publish2, the Web start-up in question. And if you are ju ... More >>

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    December 11, 2007
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    March 1, 2007

    Stuck On Stuck On the Palmetto

    I'm in a big hurry this morning (and was in court all day yesterday) so I'll borrow from Stuck on the Palmetto, one of the best blogs in South Florida -- and hands-down the best in terms of aggregating interesting local news. First, Rick breaks down Buddy Nevins' kick of a story about Davie Town C ... More >>

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    February 27, 2007

    Cat305 Journo Arrested

    Cat305 Rahming Before The Takedown A photojournalist working for the online pub Category 305 was knocked to the ground and arrested by police last week after taking he refused to leave a corner of Biscayne Boulevard in Miami where he was reporting a story. Cat305 editor Rebecca Wakefield has the s ... More >>