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Re: filmscanners: OT: photographing on the street
In a message dated 21/5/01 3:56:10 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
<< Does anyone know a case where there has been a successful suit against a
published or exhibited streetphotograher on privacy grounds? For what
it's worth even Rudolph Giuliani of NY, nor famous for his love of free
expressions but a himself a shutterbug, once was quoted that there is a
right to photograph anyone one wants in public places.
John M. >>
I read that Henri Cartier Bresson (of all people) has been successful in
France and prevented a picture of him being published. He was less successful
with the same picture in the USA.