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Rashomon Project and New Possibilities for Counter-Surveillance

Inspired in part by Occupy’s “How to Film a Revolution” video, The Rashomon Project is an online toolkit for creating multi-perspective video chronologies at activist events and demonstrations and is supported by the CITRIS Center at UC Berkeley. We are currently beta-testing the interface, and are looking to partner with activist groups interested in new ways of documenting and sharing events. Visit for more info or contact 48231