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Realtime camera of Samui airport taken offline after police visit British webcam operator

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Under what legal authority can they force a man to shut down something that can be seen from public?

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

The airport authority had claimed that the camera was a risk to security as the airport is used

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by many important people

So if it wasn't used by "important people," they don't care?

 

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19 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

Compare that to the kaput Pattaya cams.

Never did find out what happened to the Pattaya cams..maybe they where a security risk too..there used to be 2 on

"Walking Sreet"  a couple at Retox bar ,Irish Rovers bar ,Castra Gym, some football pitch (don't know where it was exactly)

and one of Pattaya bay  which is still (sometimes) working...probably more I forget about...but suddenly they all went offline.

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12 minutes ago, PoorSucker said:

Most countries have laws forbidding photography of military objects. 

Airports are included as protected objects. 

That's an interesting point, if true.  Can a law be found that references this?  Most things that are in public and can be seen from a public place, are not prohibited to be photographed.  That airport is not military and most airports are owned by the city where they are located, ie owned by the public themselves.

 

 

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