The ACLU created an app to help people record police misconduct
The American Civil Liberties Union has an app that allows people to record their interactions with law enforcement. It could come in handy during ongoing protests over police misconduct, says a spokesperson for the organization.
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 ...