Drones in the sky, over your home, spying through your walls, what could possibly go wrong? I’m sure the government won’t abuse that.
But don’t worry, the government has privacy rules and we’ll be allowed to see them. Only problem is you won’t be able to see the drones. They fly high and they are making them smaller and smaller. In no time at all, we will have drones that look like bugs and are the size of bugs. Harvard is working on that. You can breathe another sigh of relief knowing that they won’t be armed – yet.
Who needs a Constitution when you have drone privacy rules.
The government is setting up six drone test sites in the US for unmanned drones. They can be used for legitimate police work and are considerably cheaper than a manned craft they say.
The FAA forecasts an estimated 10,000 civilian drones will be in use in the U.S. within five years and you can expect that to grow exponentially. Full story at Washington Guardian