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You Can Now Photograph Government Buildings Without Being Shot

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Homeland security releases document telling officers to allow photography of government buildings. The document says, ""officers should not seize the camera or its contents, and must be cautious not to give such 'orders' to a photographer to erase the contents of a camera, as this constitutes a seizure or detention."

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