Saturday, December 15, 2007

Enterprise Story: Shooting Rights

-Kimberly Lengle and Neeraj Kulkarni

People have a First Amendment right to photograph or shoot public spaces,. But post-9/11, security concerns have mostly led to unnecessary harassment of amateurs and students shooting on places like sidewalks, subways, and parks.

This story brings this issue up, and attempts to make the general public aware, by presenting experiences of two students and advice from legal authorities.

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