Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Tip of the Day: Avoid Taking Photos Inside Airports, Military, Police Personnel Without Asking Permission First

NEVER take photos inside of airport terminals or of police or military personnel anywhere in the country, UNLESS you first ask permission to do so.

Otherwise, you may potentially confront having your digital media and/or your camera confiscated, not to mention being fined or even jailed, as most airports are considered critical infrastructure facilities.

Most uniformed police and members of the armed forces are subject to being targeted by drug cartels, organized crime and criminal enterprises, which is why most uniformed police are predictably "camera-shy."

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