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Permitted photography part 2 – pictures and the image of persons photographed
In contrast with the citizens of North Korea and some other similar places on the globe, we are living in a legal system in which photography is, as a rule, permitted. When taking pictures on the street, we shouldn’t expect being charged with the disclosure of state secrets or propagating foreign, unacceptable values. In the [...]

Copyrights and freedom of speech on the catwalk
Twice a year in four fashion capitals of the world everyone turns their gaze towards catwalks and with bated breath follows the newest creations of the most renowned designers. Last Wednesday – 11th March – the fashion week in Paris ended another season of fashion shows and forced all enthusiasts to wait till September for [...]

Permitted photography, part 1 – Preface
There is no legal act in Polish law that comprehensively cover legal matters related to photography. What’s more, the law provides no answer to some of the most pressing issues that emerge in practice. This leaves a lot of room for interpretation, oftentimes substantially dependent on the facts of a given case. Considering such issues [...]

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