Press Freedom: Hostile Reconnaissance from Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital on Vimeo.

Press Freedom: Collateral Damage from Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital on Vimeo.

Nine Journalists Detained by Sussex Police from Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital on Vimeo.

PHNAT Flashmob City Hall from Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital on Vimeo.

I’m A Photographer Not A Terrorist: No To S76 from Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital on Vimeo.


  1. The PHNAT campaign ended and yet the campaign against photographers and videographers by police using the Terrorism Act have not. I have been stopped and questioned myself and I see cases, some posted to social media, where police and stopped and searched a photographer without suspicion they are a terrorist. One recent example is on YouTube of someone filming in Aylesbury town centre opposite a McDonalds and was stopped, searched and ID taken from him for simply filming in a public street. I don’t think this campaign should have ended. It is still required.


    1. Thank you for your comment Mike, but you are very wrong. The PHNAT campaign is still very much active. If you or any other photographer, videographer (professional or amateur) witness or experience police or private security interference of your rights to film or photograph in a public place then please do get in touch with us here Please do send us a link to the video on YouTube and we can review it. You can also contact us on Twitter @phnat.


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