Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Personal tech and military justice

Many law enforcement officers resist having their pictures taken during law enforcement activity. In this era of personal tech, where smartphones double as video cameras and are inexpensive and omnipresent, it's not surprising that they can be useful in recording police abuse. The same is true of military operations. The Washington Post reports here on an Israeli legislative proposal that would criminalize the taking of video of IDF personnel that hurts a soldier's spirit or harms national security.

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