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The Electronic Frontier Foundation, an organization working on the frontlines of protecting your privacy and rights in the digital age, has released a "cheat sheet" on dealing with the police.
As the internet has increased our accessibility to the world, it has also created a difficult time for police and government agencies trying to prevent and prosecute criminal activity.
Unfortunately, the first casualities in this battle are often our individual rights.
In response to continued government encroachments on our liberties, the EFF has released their "Tips For Talking To The Police".
Don't consent to a search.
Ask to see a search warrant.
You can stay silent.
Talk to a lawyer.
While this is very basic it does present a good set of general guidelines in any interactions with police. This list is not about protecting crime. It's about protecting your rights.
You can download the PDF file at the link below.
Tips For Talking To The Police | Electronic Frontier Foundation