Protest Surveillance: What We Can Learn From Hong Kong
Many protestors fear they will be tracked and targeted for their involvement in the protests. Our cell phones are portable tracking devices that we carry around with us everywhere, and facial recognition software is incredibly advanced these days. While some people are glad the police can track people, because they want those who have been violent or looting to be apprehended, others are concerned. Protesting is a protected right in America, and peaceful protestors should be allowed to exercise their free speech without fear of retaliation.
We don’t know yet how this will turn out, how many protestors will be apprehended, and how many peaceful protestors will be targeted. One place that has protested police brutality and dealt with surveillance and tracking of protestors is Hong Kong. It is one of the most technologically savvy protests we’ve seen: What can we learn from the surveillance and counter-surveillance measures used there?
Most surveilled cities:
What’s really going on in Hong Kong:
Visit my merch store!
A huge thank you to everyone who supports this channel, which is funded entirely by community support!
Social media and crypto addresses:
Permanent Record - Edward Snowden
What has the government done to our money - Rothbard
Naomi's Privacy Bag: some of my favorite products to help protect your privacy!
Use the Brave browser! https://brave.com/nao076
USB-C to ethernet adapter:
Lightening to ethernet adapter:
Faraday bag wallet (signal stopping, to protect your fob, credit card, and phone)
Data Blocker (if you're charging your phone in an unknown port, use this so that no data is transferred)
Computer privacy screen (use your computer in public? Keep your information safe!)
Phone privacy screen (don't let people in public see your private data)
Camera cover (for computers and phones, so no one can access your camera without you knowing)