We Made The N.Y. Times...Again.

We hope you didn’t miss our executive director’s latest op-ed in the New York Times!
As he explains, the tools that are sold to the public as a mechanism to hold officers accountable are turned against the very communities they are supposed to empower.

He highlights how the police-worn body cameras that many police departmens purchase with the promise of improved accountability become tools of civilian surveillance. And he also explains how we can improve protections against the misuse of body-cams and other surveillance tools.
This is the 14th op-ed STOP has published since the start of the year, reshaping the public narrative around privacy and police surveillance. We hope you take a moment to read the piece and share it on social media. Together, we can truly transform the privacy debate here in New York and across the country.

In solidarity,
Team S.T.O.P.
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