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First read the article by Babrabra Pollack titled "When Does Surveillance Art Cross the Line?" If you would like to see the images that the article is written about  visit Arne Svenson's site http://arnesvenson.com/theneighbors.html.

Answer the following questions:

1. What amendment is the Photographer using to defend his art? In your opinion is this right? Explain your position in 3 sentences.

2. Do you think that if you were that Foster family you would be upset as well? Explain your position in 3 sentences.

3. In the end, this case is pending. What do you think should happen for the family and photographer? Explain your position in 3 sentences.

Next, flip through the slide show Know Your Rights Photographer
https://www.aclu.org/know-your-rights/photographers-what-do-if-you-are-stopped-or-detained-taking-photographs and answer the following questions:

4. When in public space where you are lawfully present you may take pictures of what?

5. When you are on private property you may take pictures of what?

6. What does ACLU stand for?

 Please read about the the work by Gail Albert Halaban titled “ Out My Window” http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/gail-albert-halaban-out-my-window. Please give me 3 impressions of the power of her work (an example would be it is cathartic for the viewers who feel alone, have a similar situation or are empathetic/sympathetic.)





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