After doing some research I've found another site that offers very similar information and seems to be updated more recently. It also sounds like these two are maybe at a war with each other; which is kind of surprising since they both want the same thing... (to help educate people, that is.) Again I'm not affiliated with either of these sites, I just think it's all very good information!Photography Is NOT A Crime.com
While I absolutely appreciate all the attention this stamp is generating, I would like to request that if you don't quite understand the context I hope you would visit the website before commenting or sending me a note... it has a lot of great information and I'm sure it will answer all your questions and clear up any confusion about the meaning behind it. I'd also like to add that I am not the creator of the website or affiliated with it in any way... it really helped me and my only intentions are to pass on the information and help other people too.
If your first reaction to this is "Why would Photography be a crime?" Please, just visit the sites.Photography Isn't A Crime.com
Thank you so much!
I've had a hunch for a while now that the general public is becoming more and more hostile towards photographers, what I didn't know was how seriously out of control it has become.
It is really important for you to know your rights and what to do if you are confronted by someone, especially an officer of the law. There are certain things they are and are NOT
allowed to ask from you... do you know what they are?
There are tons of informational sites out there but I like this one the best; it gives you links to forms you can print out and keep in your camera bag along with great articles, videos, and a whole archive of resources. It is primarily USA applicable information, but they do have a few international links as well!Photography Isn't A Crime.com
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