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Old 05-06-2015, 10:03 PM   #1
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LXer: Citizens Looking To Safely Record Interactions With Law Enforcement Have A Couple Of New Optio

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The ACLU has a "new" app available that allows users to record interactions with the police and automatically upload them to the ACLU's servers to preserve the footage in case the phone is seized… or smashed on the ground...... If your local ACLU chapter hasn't put together an app to automatically archive recordings of law enforcement interactions, there's another app on the way that will give anyone the ability to capture footage and ensure that, not only will it survive attempts to destroy evidence, but that it will possibly be seen by others as the event unfolds...



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