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If you're concerned about cops learning from this and deleting the cloud data as well (it's a pathetic but true fact that I'm white, so this is not really something I have to think about much), the ACLU put out an application that automatically uploads video+audio to their servers when you hit the go button.
ACLU has a video app that records a live feed and sends it directly to their servers just for these special reasons in our free nation.
^ ACLU's "Mobile Justice" app
Some states have their own ACLU app that sends the content to the ACLU of that particular state.
ACLU mobile justice, records and automatically uploads to ACLU servers incase you rights are being infringed upon and cops try to take your phone.
there's one called mobile justice that can automatically send it to an ACLU server and also to whichever contacts on your phone you'd like it to be sent to. I have it but never actually used it so I'm not sure how the full experience is.
If you plan on participating in any protest or march, I recommend downloading the Mobile Justice App from the ACLU. All footage and reports submitted through this app will be sent immediately to your local ACLU affiliate, no additional steps required.
Here's the Android link:
I looked it up:
iOS - https://itunes.apple.com/app/id979642692
Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.aclu.mobile.justice.ca
I don't know if it starts recording immediately when the app is opened, or streams it to an off-site location, though. This might just be a tool for recording regularly and submitting the video to the ACLU. There might be better options.
Yeah, driving too fast in a school parking lot and cutting off people seems safe. Shame the school employee didn't have a dash cam in their car to prove beyond a doubt their side of the story on how this lady acted. I recommend citizens and cops to use cameras.
If you live in California, here is the app:
This is some general advice about police: Never trust anyone who has absolute power over you. If a person is empowered to shoot you or can present their verbal statement as hard proof in a court, you would be a complete fool to trust them.
Record and document everything. Use an app like the ACLU's Mobile Justice, which records your police interactions straight onto the internet. It's much harder for someone to destroy evidence when it's already on the ACLU's servers.
Here it is for iOS and Here it is for Android.
Get the mobile justice app on your phones Mobile Justice
It is just a good tool to have in these times. I can understand being worried to go in every day. Would say be smart, don't be alone with anyone if you can avoid it. Don't panic💖 If anyone does anything you can call police and if they are a concern thats what the app is for. Being out and normal around people is how we will eventually get them to understand that exact thing. We are normal, and we always have been around. 🏳️⚧️
There's a free app from the ACLU that uploads the video to their server, so even if your phone is confiscated, the recording will still be in the cloud on their end!
It's called Mobile Justice and is available in the app stores.
Mobile Justice at Google Play
Here's more info (click through to story) on the ACLU site.
It's called "Mobile Justice" if anyone is interested.
The ACLU also runs their own type of app like that, Mobile Justice.
It's perfectly legal to film the police, as much as they like to pretend otherwise.
There's an app for that.
The ratings are quite mixed. Everyone feel free to link to better apps that livestream to a secure server.
The ACLU has an app directly for this called Mobile Justice that automatically uploads the video you recorded to the ACLU and trusted contacts.
It can be found here:
It's called Mobile Justice and can do all sorts of neat things, including filming and sending that video not only to your trusted sources but also directly to your local ACLU. Has a bunch of info about your rights in different areas too.
Link for the lazy for both platforms.
ACLU MOBILE JUSTICE APP. It livestreams so if they take your phone, the recording is still out there. No need to worry if you have enough social media follows for someone to notice. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACLU_Mobile_Justice
iPhone and Android links below.
Record with this "Mobile Justice" app. Sends footage directly to your local ACLU.
Link to app that was conspicuously missing.
Linking it because you're all weird for just not linking to it
Stolen from a comment directly above you
The ACLU do have their own app for uploading video. there's one for each state.
Your link is wrong. It ends in .ca not .co
The Mobile Justice phone app livestreams your recordings to the ACLU.
Gibts so was für Europa auch?
This is the ACLU app that does live recording https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.aclu.mobile.justice.ca
See https://www.aclu.org/know-your-rights/voting-rights/ for a guide on reporting election interference and intimidation.
Save the number 1-866-OUR-VOTE in your phone, take video of anything suspicious outside the ballot drop locations and polling places.
ACLU Mobile Justice apps:
ACLU Mobile Justice recording apps:
Some states have separate apps, check for your state at https://www.aclu.org/issues/criminal-law-reform/reforming-police/aclu-apps-record-police-conduct
The default is California for both platforms. Seems like a great tool for those who don't have a dedicated body cam!
I saw this app mentioned in a related thread. Might as well drop it here.
This app streams video directly to your local ACLU affiliate. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.aclu.mobile.justice.ca
Is there anything wrong with the ACLU app?