“Literally every day, someone is being arrested for doing nothing more than taking a photograph in a public place. It makes no sense to me. Photography is an expression of free speech,” Mickey H. Osterreicher,general counsel for the National Press Photographers Association, speaking with James Estrin of the New York Times’ Lens blog.
Read why Osterreicher thinks that news photographers and others should be concerned about photographers being impeded from shooting in public places in Can You Take a Photograph Anywhere? - NYTimes.com