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Hands Up Don't Shoot

As part of the Victoria & Albert Museum's Disobedient Objects exhibition, a disruptive ringtone, banner and poster was developed as collective FLAC Group, with artist Inés Cámara Leret.

Supported by Lowpass the ringtone used Nokia technology to create a Morse Code interpretation of the phrase 'Hands Up Don't Shoot'. This slogan became a protest cry after the August 9, 2014, shooting of Michael Brown in the US. It has been adopted at protests against police brutality.

Hands Up Don't Shoot - Flac Group
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