This is not good...

Biro

Super Moderator
Aug 7, 2011
Jersey Shore
Steve
As an ethnic Hungarian, a member of the media and a photo enthusiast, this hits very close to home. One can only hope that the clear issues with enforcement will mean it won't last long. But, frankly, I can see many other ostensibly free countries being attracted by the dubious benefits of such a law.
 

speedandstyle

Regular
Mar 10, 2013
How would affect security cameras? Ones on the inside would be on private property and thus not covered by this law. But what about those cameras that face out into the public?

What about tourism? I mean it is almost impossible to not get some people in your shots when taking pictures of landmarks.
 

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