Photography Not Allowed – 29
The hassle continues:
The guardian.co.uk reports that Austrians were asked by police to delete their tourist photos of London.
A video shows a photographer being asked by police why he is filming so the photographer investigates the law on the right to shoot in public in the United Kingdom.
And then there are the economists that say that copyright and patent laws are “stifling innovation and threatening the global economy.” “From a public policy view, we’d ideally like to eliminate patent and copyright laws altogether,” reports one of the economists. Of course, their book is for sale on Amazon. Is it ok with them to copy it? UPDATE: Apparently, yes. You may view the book chapters online. Thanks to Karl Dubost for the update.
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