Completely ambiguous

ambiguity |ˌambiˈgyo͞o-itē| noun (pl. ambiguities) uncertainty or inexactness of meaning in language

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Robinson Meyer writes in The Atlantic that first of all, police shouldn’t ask. “As a basic principle, we can’t tell you to stop recording,” says Delroy Burton, a 21-year veteran of DC’s police force. “If you’re standing across the street videotaping, and I’m in a public place, carrying out my public functions, [then] I’m subject to recording, and there’s nothing legally the police officer can do to stop you from recording.”

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