Timothy Clemens

Open-government activist and computer programmer

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Open-government activist and computer programmer in Seattle where he’s working with the Seattle Police Department to create an easy way to upload police camera footage online

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Next time a Los Angeles police officer talks to you, you might be on camera. By next year, 7,000 LA cops are expected to hit the streets with body cams.

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Next time a Los Angeles police officer talks to you, you might be on camera. By next year, 7,000 LA cops are expected to hit the streets with body cams.

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