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    Senior Member Vinny Ohare's Avatar
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    Govt list of suspicious photographers

    I wonder how many of us are on the list. I am sure the airport keeps records when security ask for ID

    http://petapixel.com/2013/09/20/us-g...king-pictures/

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    I'm good...after being interviewed by the FBI a few years ago, they told me that should my name come up again, they would know I had already been checked out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moose135 View Post
    I'm good...after being interviewed by the FBI a few years ago, they told me that should my name come up again, they would know I had already been checked out.
    Keep believing that John!! Thats what they want you to believe!!
    And isnt this only in California? For now.

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    Yeah but in Cali if you're taking a picture of anything other than Britney Spears' crotch as she gets out of a car it's "unusual" or "suspicious."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny Ohare View Post
    I am sure the airport keeps records when security ask for ID
    I'm sure they pass it to the local Fusion center...
    http://www.dhs.gov/state-and-major-u...fusion-centers
    To provide guidance regarding how and where to report suspicious activities, state, local, and federal agencies worked collaboratively to develop a Unified Message that provides clear guidance regarding how to report suspicious activities, encourages agencies to work with DHS to utilize the "If You See Something, Say Something™" campaign
    San Antonio has one, http://www.sanantonio.gov/SouthwestT...ionCenter.aspx
    and are trained in various aspects of regional and national homeland security matters, including ensuring those partners operate within the privacy policy guidelines concerning the collection of suspicious activity reports and related information.
    Last edited by RWB; 09-21-2013 at 10:07 PM.
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