New ‘Mobile Justice’ App Automatically Sends Your Video of Police to the ACLU

Police unions may be resistant to body cameras on officers, but technology is finding new ways to keep police accountable. A new app put out by the ACLU allows you to take video and automatically send the video to them. This means even if police seize the fun, the video has already been sent to the ACLU.

The new app shows you a list of your rights when filming police and alerts you when someone nearby is filming an incident. This is a wonderful example of the market providing technology that improves lives — in this case, it may even save them.

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