Campaign launched to prevent feds from shooting down drones

A privacy organization is launching a campaign to try to prevent Congress from adopting provisions that would allow the feds to shoot down privately owned drones when the machines are perceived as a “threat.”

The Electronic Frontier Foundation outlined the situation that is developing:

“When government agencies refuse to let the members of the public watch what they’re doing, drones can be a crucial journalistic tool. But now, some members of Congress want to give the federal government the power to destroy private drones it deems to be an undefined ‘threat.’ Even worse, they’re trying to slip this new, expanded power into [READ MORE HERE]

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