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Security call filmmaker 'lunatic' for defying nonsense photo ban

The ‘I’m a Photographer not a Terrorist’ (PHNAT) campaign is alarmed by footage of a filmmaker being insulted, threatened with arrest and having his gear manhandled – all for filming a sign. 846 more words

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What's going on? Network Rail demand Alamy photo removal

This morning a number of photographers who contribute to the picture library Alamy were informed that various images they shot in and around UK train and even tube stations were to be removed from their library following complaints from Network Rail. 1,243 more words

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Police Scotland Want to Seize Your Phone

I’m a Photographer, Not a Terrorist (PHNAT) is seriously concerned by reports that Police Scotland intends to “seize phones if officers are filmed whilst on duty”,  482 more words

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Don’t Shoot, I’m A Photographer Not a Terrorist!

PHNAT are disturbed by the Metropolitan Police’s reaction to a press release from Jason Knauf, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Communications Secretary.

Kensington Palace has focused on the alleged harassment and surveillance of Prince George and Princess Charlotte by ‘paparazzi photographers,’ a sweeping generalisation of photographers often used by the Royals. 562 more words

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Freedom of Panorama Saved

On Thursday 9 July 2015 the controversial Freedom of Panorama proposal was dropped.

Only 40 of 751 MEPs voted in favour of it.

The proposal caused mass outrage on the rights of photographers in the UK and saw a petition opposing it was signed by more than  1,003 more words

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#SaveFoP: Save Our Freedom of Panorama

On 9 July 2015 the European Parliament will vote on the “Freedom of Panorama” legislation, a law that if passed will restrict your right to take photographs from a public place of buildings and even views that have been copyrighted. 173 more words

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PHNAT AGM

I’m a Photographer Not a Terrorist announces its Annual General Meeting.

7pm – 22nd July 2015

Lucas Arms – Kings Cross, London

Please bring your ideas and enthusiasm for defending the right to photograph in a public place. 9 more words

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