Blurred privacy law line for photographers
The police recently expressed their gratitude to professional photographers for the part they played in recording the serious crime that took place during the riots. However, at times police officers have been accused of overstepping the mark or failing to understand our laws regarding privacy and making images available to the public. It’s often a tricky relationship so photographer’s magazine ePhotozine invited our director Peter Stevenson to explain more.
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