Ghostfooting

critical reading for the rude

sousveillance hurts 2

You know, on second thought, if anybody takes pictures of me “against my wishes”, I might, myself, respond with anger and agression.  Mr. Miller admits he was arrested by the Miami police “after taking photos of them against their wishes.”  (I don’t know the law, but it sounds wrong to arrest him for this, given…  When did it become a crime to take a photo?)  But get some common sense, man.  If the cops clearly don’t want their photos taken and you insist on doing it against their will, you may have to rumble.

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April 30, 2007 - Posted by | blogs, geo/pol

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