Over the past few years, cops sure have become increasingly...

Written by The New Aesthetic / Original link on Feb. 22, 2021


Over the past few years, cops sure have become increasingly vocal about their disdain of average citizens exercising their constitutional right to record interactions with authorities. It’s almost as if many of them feel they are above the law itself, but we digress. Now, some officers appear to be trying to evade videos of them circulating on social media through a crafty — if not exactly airtight — strategy: playing copyrighted music loudly and for long enough to be flagged by automatic censoring software on apps like Instagram.

Are cops playing copyrighted music while being recorded to trigger takedowns?


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