Harlan Yu

Upturn

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Technologist at Upturn, a nonprofit that looks at technology and policy

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High-profile cases of questionable killings and other alleged misbehavior have police departments mounting cameras on patrol cars and on cops themselves.

Dash cams, body cams and unintended consequences

High-profile cases of questionable killings and other alleged misbehavior have police departments mounting cameras on patrol cars and on cops themselves.

from To the Point

High-profile cases of questionable killings and other alleged misbehavior have police departments mounting cameras on patrol cars and on cops themselves.

Dash cams, body cams and unintended consequences

High-profile cases of questionable killings and other alleged misbehavior have police departments mounting cameras on patrol cars and on cops themselves.

from To the Point

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