File under "Stupidity". Petapixel reports a student has been ordered to remove photos of sporting events because they show students, thereby violating their privacy rights. Note that others are allowed to take pictures at the events, just not their own students. Figure that one out.
"When in public spaces where you are lawfully present you have the right to photograph anything that is in plain view" /
Another article discussing the right to take pictures in public. It's nice to see the law formally acknowledge our right to photograph what we can see, although rather than doing so in the clear statement from the ACLU above, it does so with a slight modification to existing law:
Will the Real Landscape Photography Please Stand Up? raises some interesting issues, many that I've been thinking about lately as well. Is landscape photography becoming a dead end of over-saturated calendar pictures? Good article and food for thought.