Apps and Tools That Can Protect Protestors and Activists
The Mr. Checkpoint app covers allows users to upload information of police regarding police alerts and information. People nearby receive push notifications to encourage responsibility. The app also shares United States constitutional rights and laws. We want to use it as a tool to educate and empower the public.
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Mr. Checkpoint
“i built a tool for quickly scrubbing metadata from images and selectively painting over or blurring faces and identifiable features. it runs directly in the browser on a phone or computer, and doesn’t send info anywhere. process your images of protesters and keep your community safe: everestpipkin.github.io/image-scrubber UPDATE: instagram blocked this link so you need to open it in a browser, not just click it from my bio”
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Image Scrubber by Everest Pipkin
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“The fastest and easiest way to contact your representatives, all you have to do is send me a text.”
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Resist Bot
“Share Without Insecurity. State-of-the-art end-to-end encryption (powered by the open source Signal Protocol) keeps your conversations secure. We can't read your messages or listen to your calls, and no one else can either. Privacy isn’t an optional mode — it’s just the way that Signal works. Every message, every call, every time.”
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Signal
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“Get real-time safety alerts and live video of incidents happening near you. Citizen notifications have urged people to evacuate burning buildings, deterred school buses from nearby terrorist attacks and have even led to a rescue of a 1-year-old from a stolen car.”
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Citizen
“Find My Friends allows you to easily locate friends and family using your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Just install the app and share your location with your friends by choosing from your contacts, entering their email addresses or phone numbers, or using AirDrop.”
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Find My Friends
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