Alistair Scott Posted June 26, 2015 Share Posted June 26, 2015 Once again, the freedom to take photographs in public places, and use them as you wish, is under attack. If this Bill goes through the European Parliament, architectural, travel and street photography would be killed stone dead. For example: On the “freedom of panorama” principle, such as the right to create and share images and photographs of public buildings, the text cautions that the commercial use of such reproductions should require authorization from the rightholder. That appears to mean, for example, if you wanted to sell a photo taken on the street you would have to get the permission of the 'rightholder' of every building shown in the image. If you're concerned by this, please sign the petition here in an attempt to stop it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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