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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Thousands of photographers have staged a mass protest against the "malicious" use of anti-terrorism laws to stop them taking pictures in public places.
Trafalgar Square in central London was lit up by an array of flash bulbs as part of the demonstration against photographers being unfairly targeted by police after taking photos, usually under section 44 of the Terrorism Act 2000, a law allowing officers to stop and search without need for "suspicion" within designated areas in the UK.
More than 2,000 professional and amateur photographers took part in the protest organised by the group I'm a Photographer, Not a Terrorist! , many …