Uhm, not in the UK it isn't - there are no laws forbidding you from photographing or videoing the police while on duty....
Members of the public and the media do not need a permit to film or photograph in public places and police have no power to stop them filming or photographing incidents or police personnel.
Source: The police themselves! http://www.met.police.uk/about/photography.htm
Which makes it even worse that people are routinely arrested for it. What was your point again?
Why is this exactly in Your Rights Online? Are
Some people believe that broadband is a right. At the very least, it is a sign that we're not an undeveloped nation. Access to communication can help citizens become more informed and involved (whether it actually does is another question). Unfortunately, many people across the US have limited or no options. I'm one of those people with only one option.
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