Because freedom can't protect itself
Published Feb 2013
Emmy-winning journalist, Shad Olson, explores the controversy over U.S. drone policy, both at home and abroad.
While technological sky supremacy gives America strategic superiority on the battlefield, the prospect of drone proliferation over U.S. cities is causing concern about loss of privacy, an end to Habeas Corpus and judicial due process and the destruction of Constitutional rights.
South Dakota U.S. Senator John Thune and former U.S. Senate candidate, Sam Kephart share their views about the consequences of domestic drone deployment in the fight against terrorism.
Or there is my situation, in which a drone "hobbyist" was flying his aircraft over my daughter's kindergarten playground and filming the students (we think) for many days on end. There is no law against it, nothing to protect the kids, so he kept on. :(
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