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Comment: Re:In the US: Photographer's Rights (Score 1) 1188

by fallacy (#27443509) Attached to: Angry Villagers Run Google Out of Town
But this is about an English village nowhere near the other side of the pond.

Following your provided link gave a subsequent link to a PDF from a UK site describing UK Photographers' Rights which states that there's nothing illegal about doing the photographing in the UK provided that it is done from a public place and does not invade on a person's privacy (i.e., no telescopic lenses into people's windows). However, the PDF was written way back in 2004 so things could have easily changed since then.

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