Published on Tuesday, May 05, 2015 by Common Dreams by Jon Queally, staff writer Near and far… the proliferation of drones is coming. With the Federal Aviation Administration facing pressure from corporate interests and drone manufacturers to make room in the skies over the United States, the push for industry-friendly regulations is now in full gear. Meanwhile, foreign governments are […]
Domestic, unarmed drones were also scapegoats for the public’s concerns about privacy, he said. Other, more common technologies have already eroded privacy. The public lost privacy via “cellphones, they lost it on GPS, they lost it on the Internet.
the US Navy Wednesday successfully completed the landing of a fully automated aerial drone on an aircraft carrier at sea.
unmanned aircraft carrying cameras raise the specter of a “significant new avenue for surveillance of American life,”
Obama will hand lawmakers classified documents outlining the legal justification for drone strikes which kill US citizens abroad
The base for the robotic, unmanned aircraft would likely be located in Niger, on the eastern border of Mali, where French forces are currently waging a campaign
guidebook would contain a major exemption for the CIA’s campaign of drone strikes in Pakistan