It's easier than ever to capture images of public goings-on with all our fancy camera gadgets. If you find yourself in the middle of some contentious event — particularly when the police are involved — you should know your rights. And who better to tell you than the singing cartoon ghost of Benjamin Franklin?
The American Civil Liberties Union teamed up with Joseph Gordon-Levitt to bring you this animation about photographing in public in the US. Clearly targeting those of the Occupy Wall Street ilk, the video might just be the most entertaining explanation of your camera rights out there. [YouTube via Wired]