Some EU countries' copyright laws allow rightsholders to make claims against street photographers who capture potentially copyrighted works, from the facades of buildings to public art. The EU's plan to harmonize a "right of panorama" would protect those of us who document the public world and upload our images to public places, from social media to Wikipedia to news-sites.
Wha about Brextagram?
Take photo of Big Ben? Gulag.
The corporatocracy factor is the only issue – the people who give you shit for taking photos are security guards in the city and only they care if you're carrying a massive dslr/lens, like all those terrorists do.
I was once stopped by a guy wearing a suit and ear-piece in Little Venice because he worked at a house near by that had bullet proof windows...
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