Homeland Security issued a directive that confirmed it is legal to video record or photograph federal buildings.
Police in New Hampshire continued to use their state’s wiretapping laws to arrest people recording them, even though the charges never stick.
A Miami man was told he was guilty of a felony for photographing a whale.
Police in Long Beach, California admitted that they are trained to harass citizens who are not taking photos of “esthetic value.”
A little-known law in Washington D.C. was exposed, which allowed police to arrest people for standing in one area for more than five minutes taking photos.
Pennsylvania cops continued to hold on to the myth that they could lawfully arrest people on wiretapping charges who record them in public.
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