Photos in the eyes of the law


A PICTURE, as they say, is worth a thousand words. Without pictures, we can only rely on words to describe objects and events, and those hearing the words have to visualise these objects and events. It is quicker, of course, to look at pictures of these objects and events.

These days, we take photographs of everything. A reader has asked whether there is any specific law on taking photographs and using them.

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