In all fairness to Liberty_First, he did mention "private confrontation with police" and not public confrontation with police.
Maybe there could be some sort of safeguard which would protect the privacy of individuals in private situations while at the same time maintaining a watch over police.
"Private confrontation," for example, might simply be police responding to a domestic dispute with a really horrendous CSI type scene inside the house. Maybe stuff like that shouldn't be broadcast in real-time, but still the conduct of police should be monitored somehow.
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