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The drone surveillance debate

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Drones in flight, airborne over Austin

Category: Technology, Video

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7 Responses to “Drones over America”

  1. ancientone says:

    I wonder if they make good clay pigeons……….

  2. pielou says:

    i did not look at the videos above but check this one where it says it deliver 80000 volts of awesomeness:
    http://vimeo.com/88554912 can we re-do the monty python pursuit with a flock of drones with taser?

  3. rj chicago says:

    The look on Morley Safer’s face is PRICELESS – the deal is will he have the same expression when these damn things start firing small RPG’s at his sorry a**.?

  4. Bozo says:

    Suicide drones for MRAPS ?

    :)

  5. constantnormal says:

    How soon before municipalities hungry for revenue begin issuing traffic tickets via drone? Note the violation (speeding, running traffic signals/signs, other driving infractions). Photo & file the license plate along with the date, time, and violation description, mail a ticket to the address connected to the license plate.

    Save a bundle in gasoline, insurance, vehicles, and turn traffic cops into a secondary line of law enforcement.

    You can also extend (quieter) drones into patrolling dangerous neighborhoods, even following fleeing perps until the real cops arrive. Or you could simply taser them and then wait for reinforcements (and hope that the victims do not come upon the then-helpless perps and make another sort of crime — but the drones would catch that one, too).

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