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June 23, 2008
The War on Photography
Bruce Schneier has an update on his article for the Guardian
describing the "movie plot" efforts to link public photography and anti-terrorist work. The gist is that there is no credible evidence linking public photography - even of public buildings, infrastructure, etc - to terrorist acts. Therefore, acting against photographers is not increasing security - it's just making people feel good and wasting resources.
His blog entry pulls out all the embedded URLs from the article and includes four links to discussions of photographers rights. Bookmark this one: http://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram-0806.html#1
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