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ACLU | Photography Rights

Taking photographs of things and events that are plainly visible from public spaces is a constitutional right. This is true for both citizen photographers and journalists.

But what are the limits on that right? And what do you do if you are stopped by police? Can police detain you and delete your photographs?

Our new pamphlet “Photographers: Know Your Rights” has the answers to these and other questions about public photography in Florida.

Read the guide to find out more.

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