While Disney Parks are banning selfie sticks from their premises, White House is now allowing both selfies and their subsequent publishing on social media profiles. It was about time!
The announcement comes to lift a 40-year old ban that was prohibiting visitors from taking pictures from the world’s safest house. Right now, not only can they shoot pictures, but they are encouraged to publish their memories on social networks.
However, the lift does not apply to everyone, as cameras with lenses longer than 3 inches are still forbidden, along with live streaming, tripods and flash photography. So, yes you have to shoot selfies ONLY.
So, next time you’re visiting 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, make sure you wear your best self and get ready for that shot!
Check out the (awesome) announcement below:
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