Ever freak out at your library about whether or not you were allowed to take photographs of programs or patrons, and if so, if you needed a signed waiver for everyone in the shot, and what to do for kids? Yeah, most of us who work in libraries have faced this at one time or another.
Check out this useful webpage & downloadable flier: The Photographer’s Right: A Downloadable Flyer Explaining Your Rights When Stopped or Confronted for Photography. The site focuses on photography law and rights in the U.S., but links to resources for the U.K., Australia, and Portugal as well.
via @libraryman on Twitter