U. of California to End Limits on Filming Regents

September 10, 2010

The University of California Board of Regents is expected next week to change its media rules to no longer require that those seeking to videotape meetings identify themselves and be accredited members of the press, The San Francisco Chronicle reported. After the university enforced those rules in July, the newspaper reported that they apparently violated the state's open meetings law.

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