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The following article attempts to evaluate the regulations pertaining to video recording of public assemblies. It was the events held outside the Polish Parliament House (Sejm) in December 2016 that spurred the legal considerations. First the author outlines the factual events and then presents the legal aspects of video recording. Furhtermore, on conducting a survey among selected police departments, it has been proven that the existing regulation is not sufficient. Therefore, following the legal considerations, the author formulates the ideas de lege ferenda. For contrastive reasons he cites German regulations concerning sound and image recording of public assemblies.