I just got back from getting dinner at the Irvine Spectrum Center (mall) in Irvine California. I pulled my camera from its bag and within the first 10 shots had security all over me. The lady stuttered out the sentence, "We can't allow you to take pictures of the fountains and stuff, it's against the law." This is an outdoor mall in a tourist area and they jump on tourists with DSLR's apparently. I mean, everyone knows terrorists have DSLR's and not less conspicuous cameras like cell phones or pocket P&S cameras. Wow, this state is bad. I can walk anywhere in Chicago and take pictures unmolested by police/security. Heck, I sat for 30 minutes this morning eating breakfast at Chicago O'Hare and snapped pics and not a soul said anything to me.