Our view: Rewrite law on recording police in public
Federal courts have said that Illinois’ prohibition on recording police officers in public is unconstitutional, and legislators should take the opportunity to rewrite the state’s eavesdropping law.
We wholeheartedly agree.
The general rule of thumb is, if you can be seen in public, you can be photographed in public.
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