The ACLU first released the “Mobile Justice” app in 2015 for users to record possible police misconduct. Videos are automatically uploaded to the organization’s server to ensure they are saved even if a phone is seized or destroyed.
With protests erupting in at least 30 US cities over the death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the ACLU is encouraging people to document their interactions with police in case the situation…
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