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WhereAreTheEyes

Name: WhereAreTheEyes

ID: org.daylightingsociety.wherearetheeyes

Author: Daylighting Society

License: BSD-3-Clause

Site: https://eyes.daylightingsociety.org

Issues: https://github.com/DaylightingSociety/WhereAreTheEyes/issues

Source: https://github.com/DaylightingSociety/WhereAreTheEyes

Donate: None

Bitcoin: None

Added: 2016-11-17

Updated: 2017-09-27 (buildlog)

Build a map of surveillance cameras with other activists - view in repository

Description

Where are the Eyes is a tool for detecting and evading surveillance. Together, you and other users build a map of surveillance cameras to protect activists, students, and other at-risk minorities.

When run, the map will display red pins on cameras near your location. To mark a new camera, or verify that a marked camera exists, just stand near it and press the "eye" button.

The app has telemetry on by default. Press "Mapbox" button on the main screen to disable it.

Maintainer Notes

Metadata: current history

Versions

We have the current version of this app. (Check mode: RepoManifest) (Auto-update mode: None)

The current (recommended) version is 1.3.0 (version code 6).

1.3.0

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Version code: 6

1.2.1

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Version code: 5

1.2

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Version code: 4