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Disappointed by recent attempts at electoral reform, organizers are building community-based safety networks that aim to make police obsolete.
The Mycelium Mesh Project is testing DIY networks that can be quickly deployed on trees or lamp posts during a political uprising.
Organizers around the country point to huge shifts in public perception—and gradual changes in policy—as this year's victories.
Groups like the ACLU are pushing a program to rein in surveillance tech. But all it does is expand and strengthen the police's surveillance powers.
The bill would also make virtually any protest a potential felony.
Transparency activists are being stonewalled despite countless videos showing teargas and other weapons deployed against George Floyd protesters.
New emails show that Ring's private surveillance network is sometimes being used by cops to surveil activities at major protests.
Footage of cops cooperating with the insurrectionists who breached the U.S. Capitol is blowing up on social media.
What do a ‘Real Housewife,’ a cop, and a fast food cashier all have in common? They all say they lost their jobs for supporting Black Lives Matter.
Records obtained by VICE News show police in Pearland, Texas, invited federal agents to surveil Floyd's burial and authorized them to open fire in the event of unrest.