Why can you take photos of certain government buildings?
and what happens if you get caught
- yLv 77 months agoFavorite Answer
Supposedly security reasons, the same as why on things like google maps our power infrastructure used to hidden. But for some strange reason, shortly after the election, those high power lines and their paths, are clearly visible now. Odd. If I believed in far out conspiracies and such, i would believe it was intentionally done, in the hopes to encourage an attack on them under Trumps watch.
- random_manLv 77 months ago
It depends on which buildings and where you are.
In the United States, you can pretty much take pictures of whatever you want, in terms of buildings that are visible from the street, that sort of thing.
In many other countries, taking pictures of government buildings is a big no-no, and an opportunity for police to harass you, fine you, or otherwise shake you down.
- pit bulls biteLv 77 months ago
not at area 51.................