Drone Program Aims To ‘Accelerate’ Use Of Unmanned Aircraft By Police | The Huffington Post

Once “the bottleneck has passed and every police department does indeed have eyes everywhere, our notions of privacy under the Fourth Amendment and reasonable searches … will need to be reevaluated,” wrote University of North Dakota aviation law professor Joseph Vacek in a 2010 law review article, “Big Brother Will Soon Be Watching—Or Will He?” “It seems the state will have the power, both constitutionally and technologically, to continually monitor its citizens from above.”

Source: Drone Program Aims To ‘Accelerate’ Use Of Unmanned Aircraft By Police | The Huffington Post

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