x-posted from f/privacy
So i gave them my phone bc i had evidence of sex crimes off someone else's phone and I take that seriously. I knew they may well download my whole phone but I dont really care too too much about that.
But now I'm getting "contentkeeper" notifications on my google chrome on my phone and that never happened before. I had never even heard of it before, but it's a surveillance program that schools are using for student devices. Or that's what I learned anyway.
Why tf would cops put that on my phone when I willingly gave them evidence? Is this a documented reality? Is it legal? Can I get it off my phone?
I have no idea what they could possibly hope to be getting from doing that. I'm probably going to get a new phone at this point. I know that the cops aren't a good resource, but for sex crimes, it had to be on paper in the system somewhere, thus I reported and gave the evidence .
fuck me for "doing the right thing" and happy mayhem to all of you.