Californians may have started celebrating their cellphone privacy too soon. After talk of passing a law to make warrantless searches of cellphones during arrests illegal, California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed the law, giving officers the power to snoop through your cell phone as they wish for whatever reason they deem reasonable.

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It’s relatively common to hear about photographers getting into legal trouble for taking photos or recording police officers, government buildings, or public infrastructure (i.e. subways). But, there are certain legal restrictions on it, usually to protect national security and monitor for potential terrorist plots. Now, however,  photographers are getting fed up with getting harassed for just taking a picture.

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