The New York Stock Exchange has threatened a website for posting a picture of the floor of the stock exchange in a story about business. They claim that they own the trademark of the stock exchange, and thus any copyright of any image of their place of business.
Because I think this is dumb, I'm reposting the picture in question. And another one I found of the same stock exchange. While I suppose the NYSE is technically private property, they conduct business that is significant enough to the rest of society that the same rules should apply to them as to a public figure. If a photographer was legally allowed to be present to take a photo, the location in the photo does not have authority over where the photo is published. The photographer does. The photograph below is public domain, and anyone should be allowed to publish it. The only person with the right to tell me to take down the photo above is the photographer and his/her agents.