I meant to point at this when I read about it last week, but had to go away on family business. Basically there's a proposed change to EU copyright law which would make it necessary to obtain permission to publish photographs of public buildings and works of art taken outside in public places.
You can read more about it here
I have already written to a couple of UK MEP's about this.
Lest you think this might not mean much - take a look at the censored photo of the Atomium in Brussels on Wikipedia
. To publish photos of it you have to get permission from the Waterkeyn family (it was designed by Andre Waterkeyn in 1958). There's no Freedom of Panorama in Belgium.