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asked Snorkeling spot in Nago (Okinawa) accessible without a boat
Jul
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comment United States National Radio Quiet Zone: Impact on travellers?
The topic has come up on Slashdot too.
Jul
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accepted United States National Radio Quiet Zone: Impact on travellers?
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asked United States National Radio Quiet Zone: Impact on travellers?
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comment How to track my travels nicely?
@MastaBaba: I also never log in with fb. How about supporting OpenID? :-)
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comment No-pictures buildings in Japan (shooting from street forbidden by law)
Great find! Any similar document for the SDF maybe? And any other building is OK to be taken from the street, if I understand correctly? For instance bridges, dams, non-Army government buildings, etc. Thanks a lot!
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comment No-pictures buildings in Japan (shooting from street forbidden by law)
@easymoden00b: The UK has such a list, though.
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comment No-pictures buildings in Japan (shooting from street forbidden by law)
@cpast: Let's focus the question on buildings. Anyway, all laws preventing buildings pictures are accepted as answers, regardless of whether they are actually privacy laws or not. Cheers!