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I'm off to the US in January for 3 weeks my visit will include Washington DC, New York & Bosoton plus Virginia. My question is: are there any known restrictions on photography in public places (eg urban landscapes, etc) this is relevent since the 9/11 situation.
I have tried researching this but I can't find anything relevent, can anyone help?
Many thanks in advance.
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Try the Foreign and Commonwealth office web site, I have been to the USA but never to Bosoton
Edit See HERE
some info here
which in essence states
The law in the United States of America is pretty simple. You are allowed to photograph anything with the following exceptions:
• Certain military installations or operations.
• People who have a reasonable expectation of privacy. That is, people who are some place that's not easily visible to the general public, e.g., if you shoot through someone's window with a telephoto lens.
You can shoot pictures of children; your rights don't change because of their age or where they are, as long as they're visible from a place that's open to the public. (So no sneaking into schools or climbing fences.)
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