Read these stories from WIRED magazine on staying safe at in-person protests in the age of COVID-19 and digital surveillance.
In late May and early June 2020, during the anti-racism protests that arose after George Floyd died under the knee of a policeman, WIRED published two stories that everyone who attends protests in person should read.
The first covers how to attend protests as safely as possible though the COVID-19 virus is Still Very Much a Thing.
The second talks about how you can protect yourself against digital surveillance tools, which some police branches and government entities might use to track protesters and generally make their lives difficult for having protested.
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