Bullied by Police Over a Facebook Post in Maine

The content included within this post was received anonymously via the CopBlock.org Submissions page. Date of Incident: November 23,2015 Officers

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The Surveillance State Couldn’t Prevent The Paris Attacks – So Why Expand It?

In the wake of the unfortunate and diabolical terrorist attacks perpetrated in Paris, the international surveillance and intelligence communities have

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Supreme Court May Force Government to Release Secret Plan to Disable Cell Phones During Protests

Police Allegedly Turned Off Cell Phones During San Fransisco Transit Station Protest The Rundown Live District of Columbia corporation Electronic Privacy Information

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Call Flood Proving Effective (Bouncer Attack Update)

In an incident that occurred on the morning of November 7th, I was attacked by a bouncer at a local bar

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DC Mayor: Body-Cam Footage Stays Private If Officer Charged With Crime

D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser initially proposed a blanket FOIA exemption in April prohibiting the release of police body-cam footage,

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At Least 2,000 Baltimore Cases Being Reviewed For Improper Electronic Surveillance

This post was submitted by Sulu Kelley III, via the CopBlock.org submissions page. Along with the submission, Sulu states: If

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Bethlehem Parks Department Enacts Police State Rules

The City of Bethlehem is turning into a police state I have had a long history with the in Bethlehem

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Protecting Your Rights to Free Speech on Social Media

On August 15, 2015 I was checking out the Belmont County Sheriff’s Office’s (BCSO) Facebook page and saw that they

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NYPD Ordered to Release Pantaleo’s Misconduct Record

A New York state court has ruled that the NYPD must release the misconduct records for Officer Daniel Pantaleo. State

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FBI Response To Bill Limiting Aerial Surveillance: Just Trust Us

In response to the introduction of the Protecting Individuals from Mass Aerial Surveillance Act in the U.S. Senate Wednesday, the

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