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    Re: ...photography and its relationship to state surveillance.

    “ ... co-opted as an instrument...”

    ... USED as an instrument... and further developed for civilian co-opting.

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    Re: ...photography and its relationship to state surveillance.

    After 9/11/2001 photographically capturing many things like bridges and other infrastructure in USA, by camera usage was highly restricted and criminal
    where is the monolith

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    Re: ...photography and its relationship to state surveillance.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    After 9/11/2001 photographically capturing many things like bridges and other infrastructure in USA, by camera usage was highly restricted and criminal
    Only partially factual. Attempts to restrict based on INTERPRETATION, INTIMIDATION, AND FEAR, implemented by policy and harassment but not illegal or criminal. That continues today...

    The constitutional rights afforded by the first amendment has not been revoked. If anything, Too many folks are voluntarily giving it up

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    Re: ...photography and its relationship to state surveillance.

    I donít litigate in the field


    Quote Originally Posted by BrianShaw View Post
    Only partially factual. Attempts to restrict based on INTERPRETATION, INTIMIDATION, AND FEAR, implemented by policy and harassment but not illegal or criminal. That continues today...

    The constitutional rights afforded by the first amendment has not been revoked. If anything, Too many folks are voluntarily giving it up
    where is the monolith

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    Re: ...photography and its relationship to state surveillance.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    I don’t litigate in the field
    That’s fine. You do you. Just acknowledge that photography is not illegal.

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    Re: ...photography and its relationship to state surveillance.

    No!
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    Re: ...photography and its relationship to state surveillance.

    Ho hum. I've been accused of being a Govt spy or FBI agent more than once. Who knows what kind of deep dark cryptic secrets held by sagebrush bushes might be revealed by studying my prints? Was once held hostage, another time given the full shakedown and truck search by Sheriff Hodad and Deputy Zebud, both with beards hanging below their beltline. But they were just trying to protect their own rights to at least four wives apiece. Gosh, where's Oren when we need him?

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