When is video legal?
In the US, video is illegal under most states except for California.
It is not illegal to record or take pictures in New Zealand and is generally frowned upon in the rest of the world.
The rule of thumb is that if the person taking the picture is in a public place, then it’s ok.
In some places, it’s OK to film if you have a camera phone, but it’s not OK to record the action.
This means you can record the entire thing and use it as a film.
The reason for this is that you don’t need a license to film, you can do it freely and with impunity.
However, there are some restrictions, and you should take a look at your local police force’s website to see what they might consider a risk to public order.
In New Zealand, you might be in the wrong if you decide to film the wrong people, but that doesn’t mean that you should.
You should always ask yourself what your rights are in relation to this subject.
Here are some examples of the different types of filming you can lawfully do: Take pictures of a person taking a selfie or a photo taken from a mobile phone.
You could also use a smartphone to take pictures of people in public places.