The London Organising Committee claims it would be "impractical" to publish a list of authorised cameras and lenses for use at Olympic venues
Street Rights 13 Jul 2012
A manager for G4S, a security firm, has said that security guards working to protect the Olympic site in London are trained to deter people from taking photographs, it has been claimed
Street Rights 23 Apr 2012
London Underground is considering opening Aldwych station to professional photographers after facing a storm of protests for banning DSLR cameras at the historical underground station, BJP can reveal
Street Rights 10 Jan 2012
A ban on digital SLRs at Aldwych Underground Station was imposed after London Transport Museum feared that the use of professional equipment "could delay the tours" of the station
Street Rights 06 Dec 2011
The British Press Photographers' Association has asked to appear in front of the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practice and ethics of the press after a number of high-profile witnesses criticised photographers...
Rights 01 Dec 2011
The Home Office and the British Security Industry Association have published a new set of guidelines for security guards confirming that photography in public places is legal and cannot be restricted
Street Rights 07 Nov 2011
A Manchester Evening News photographer was briefly arrested while he was taking pictures, in a public place, of a street fight near the Manchester Magistrates' Court
Street Rights 14 Jun 2011
More than 40 photographers assembled in front of London's City Hall today to protest photography restrictions imposed in semi-public places around the country
Street Rights 03 May 2011
Home Secretary Theresa May has announced that she will ask the government to replace the controversial Section 44 stop-and-search powers with more limited rules "to prevent the misuse of these powers against...
Street Rights 26 Jan 2011
The results of a six-month-long review of counter-terrorism powers, which have been used, in the past, to prevent photography is some public places, have been delayed until 2011, BJP can confirm
Street Rights 14 Dec 2010
The Metropolitan Police have apologised to a professional photographer, who was struck by a police shield during the G20 protests last year. He was awarded £30,000 in compensation
Street Rights 07 Dec 2010
US Police officers are to be reminded that "no general security regulations prohibit photography" outside federal courthouses, after a photographer, who was arrested in 2009, won a settlement in the lawsuit...
Street Rights 19 Oct 2010
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