The title might give you pause, but if you read far enough into the article, you stumble across this comment:
Shouldn’t recording your own police interrogation be a constitutionally protected right, like the right to an attorney? If not, why not?
The subtitle did it for me. “Big Brother is always watching you. But who’s watching Big Brother?” You can always get me with a 1984 reference; and truthfully, why shouldn’t you be able to produce your own record of a police encounter, or an interrogation, etc?