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Originally posted by kevinsquibben
reply to post by ugie1028
well I've come across this a few times (playing concerts you have to get people to smuggle camera's in to get photographed) it is actually because she filmed/photographed people without their consent (this is because of the internet really). Obviously the cop wasn't a consenting person. He basically got tired of her bugging him with a camera so he nabbed her on that.
Originally posted by ThaLoccster
I went through this subject pretty thoroughly with a lawyer a few years ago. I planned on putting up a surveillance camera and my neighbor said she would call the police. So I one upped her and did it myself, they said I should contact a lawyer so I did. In the end, I could have a camera pointed even in their yard if I really wanted to as long as I didn't record audio it was not illegal.
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