Slashdot | Recording Police Misconduct is Illegal

Declan McCullagh declan at
Mon Jul 16 11:26:46 PDT 2001

I was thinking along the same lines as David. Stickers in windshields
would work. I've also seen folks selling the "these are my rights,
cop" cards. Seems to be a market opportunity to add another line to


On Mon, Jul 16, 2001 at 07:56:08AM -0700, David Honig wrote:
> At 04:20 PM 7/16/01 +0200, Eugene Leitl wrote:
> >On Sat, 14 Jul 2001, Greg Newby wrote:
> >
> > Mann's "shooting back" is rapidly
> >getting outlawed.
> Heh, some of Mann's work involves pseudo-cameras (or dark acrylic plates 
> on your shirt, or leds under domes on your backback), so can we look forward
> to laws against *fake* recording?  
> On the other hand, perhaps its time to write "you may be recorded" on
> your driver's license, registration/insurance, or drivers's side door frame.
> A bumper sticker would serve two purposes, hmm...

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