The French Minister of Culture and Communication, Aurélie Filippeti, has announced the end of a law—’La Loi Guigou’—that limits who and what photographers in this country can photograph, and where they are allowed to publish them. The announcement was made in the latest issue of the French-language Polka magazine (available on the iPad):
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