Friday, October 28, 2016

Artist’s First Amendment Rights Trump Privacy

New York’s Supreme Court decided last week that photographer and artist Arne Svenson was within his First Amendment right to display and advertise a series of photographs he took of his neighbors without their permission.

With privacy rights eroding by the minute in this country, we can’t say this is too surprising.

Via The Art Newspaper.


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