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On August 20th, 2011, Anonymous-affiliated Twitter account @anonstopable announced the launch of #OpPaparazzi, a counter-surveillance campaign calling on citizens to film their interactions with the law enforcement at all times using mobile phone cameras. According to the press release posted via Pastebin, the movement was organized to raise the public awareness of civil rights and to exercise checks and balances against police abuse:
Take out your phone at the first sight of police, start up the camera and be prepared, together we will change the world for the better by showing what is actually occurring in the streets when bad cops confront good people. what good is a dash cam that only protects the officers? Why is your camera legal and mine is not? You are NOT above the law, you are NOT allowed to speed, talk on your cellphone while driving, run red lights, beat us while we are restrained, or search us without warrant, yet these are things i see every day.
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