Photographers say TSA poster equates them with terrorists

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The National Press Photographers’ Assocation contends that the poster (at left) is the latest example of the government questioning photographers and stifling free speech under the pretext of security and safety. “I just find it absurd to have limits on people taking pictures,” NPPA General Counsel Mickey Osterreicher tells Mallary Jean Tenore.

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