Drones May Set Off a Flurry of Lawsuits
by Somini Sengupta, Bits, NYT, February 20, 2012
Opening up the skies to the civilian use of drones in the United States is likely to lead to a number of new questions about surveillance by electronic means. Unmanned aerial vehicles can not only take photos and videos, they can also spot heat sources, read car license plate numbers, and perhaps soon capture other information about people and things down below.
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