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Rise of Domestic Drones Draws Questions About Privacy



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Posted: Apr 21, 2013


The increased domestic use of small unmanned aerial devices known as drones have spurred enthusiasm from law enforcement officials to amateur photographers. But the evolving use of the technology has also triggered privacy concerns. Hari Sreenivasan reports on the debate surrounding acceptable uses of domestic drones.

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Such a dinky issue; but David Swanson should be pleased to know that if drones are banned in war, residents of third world nightmares can be blown apart by conventional
projectiles.



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