Legal Handbook for Photographers: The Rights and Liabilities of Making Images
"Includes: how laws about photography are made on a local, state and national basis; the enforcement of laws, both criminally and civilly; photography in public and private places; privacy issues; understanding restrictions on subject matter, such as copyrighted material, currency and military installations; lawful and unlawful seizures of your film and equipment; establishing your personal ethics as a photographer." - back cover.
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