On Invading Privacy From The Sky

By introducing into Congress earlier this month the draft “Preserving American Privacy Act”, a bi-partisan group of US lawmakers are starting to tackle the constitutional and civil liberty issues emerging from the rapid development of non-military uses for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), or “drones”. The concern is obvious such is the sophistication of the sensors they carry and the temptation of their operators to covertly … Continue reading On Invading Privacy From The Sky