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Posters on public property

What's the law?

jeremiahlee
post 19.Oct.2019, 02:19 PM
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I have noticed many printed poster signs taped to public property, such as the temporary walkway between trains and buses at Slussen. Most of the posters are for concerts, movies, new album releases, and events. They get taken down weekly and new ones appear the next day.

Are there any laws or regulations regarding this?

I have seen men with a cart full of posters putting them up speedily. I assume some company must coordinate this across the city.

Many are well designed. I quite like them visually, as much as one can for advertisements.
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champaignepapi
post 21.Oct.2019, 12:20 PM
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ofc lol, it's safe to say that there are regulations regarding everything in this boring kindergarten of a country.
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Saywhatwhat
post 21.Oct.2019, 04:33 PM
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QUOTE (jeremiahlee @ 19.Oct.2019, 03:19 PM) *
I have noticed many printed poster signs taped to public property, such as the temporary walkway between trains and buses at Slussen. Most of the posters are for concerts, mov ... (show full quote)


Cool story bro
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Gjeebes
post 22.Oct.2019, 07:26 PM
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"I have seen men with a cart full of posters putting them up speedily"

Good Gawd man.

And you mean nothing has been done about this atrocity?

By the way OP...do you, like, stuff?
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