Oy, the po po here:
“It is true that Americans are photographed more and more today as they walk around in public spaces,” Crump said. “And it is ironic that law enforcement agencies are objecting when the same activity is being used to film their activities. But it’s not surprising because there’s often a double-standard in this space.”
So why is this not surprising?
Isn’t this a form of video/photographic inequality?
I’m slamming on the brakes of my car all the time to avoid getting these ridiculous camera tickets, thereby making the roads more dangerous, and there are cameras up and down the main street near our house, but the police are so sacred they don’t get their actions recorded?
What’s good for the normals is good for the po po, that’s what I say.