Re: If you've been harassed taking photos...
But then section 5 of the bill states as its basis the First Amendment of the Constitution, which, IMHO & INAL, pretty much covers it all, states included.
Things have lightened up a bit since 2015, and I have read of several successful suits filed against police (private and public) who confiscated memory cards and/or forced the deletion of images. That turns out to be "confiscation and destruction of evidence."
Always obey a guy with a gun, but you might politely show this PDF and point out that his/her actions are likely illegal.
On 21 Nov 2018, at 18:16, David Clarkson wrote:
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