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    A First Amendment audit is a citizen-led test of public officials' and law enforcement's adherence to the First Amendment rights in the United States, particularly freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and the right to film or photograph in public spaces. Auditors typically record or photograph public buildings, law enforcement officers, or other government officials, and then document their reactions to being recorded. The purpose of these audits is to raise awareness about First Amendment rights and to identify and challenge potential violations by public officials. These activities often lead to discussions and legal cases regarding public photography and recording rights.

Jan 18 2024

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