Ever since 911 there has been a heightened awareness of anyone taking pictures or recording events in public. This issue has only been exacerbated by the widespread proliferation of cellphone cameras and the ability of everyone to post photos and recordings on the Internet, where they may be viewed and shared. Video recordings of police have played an integral role in many recent news stories, but questions still remain about the rights of citizens and journalists to photograph and record in public. This session will examine constitutional issues, search and seizure, exigent circumstances, and qualified immunity as well as provide practical advice regarding the best ways to handle these situations. There will also be discussion of privacy concerns, police bodycams and the latest legal updates on use of drones for newsgathering.