Last week we talked about the rise of consumer power - turns out the ePetition that 35,000 British citizens signed to stop legislation against public photography was not based on anything going through Parliament.

Last week we talked about the rise of consumer power – turns out the ePetition that 35,000 British citizens signed to stop legislation against public photography was not based on anything going through Parliament. In fact, it sounds like it was all started because of the paranoia of a photographer.

Maybe we'll see mechanisms set up to check the validity of campaigns?

Guardian Unlimited: Arts blog – art: Stop the aperture closing on street photography

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