A future with domestic drones may be inevitable.
Privacy issues at stake as civil liberties groups protest cameras, weaponization
Sen. Mark Udall says drone technology is both promising and threatening
Law would require warrants when drones are deployed
Analysts say that although China still trails the U.S. and Israel, the industry leaders, its technology is maturing rapidly
The killer robots are programmed to make autonomous decisions on the spot without orders from humans.
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers will aggregate drone news
Americans shouldn’t let drones and video cameras chip away at our constitutional rights.
The FAA is set to establish six UAS test sites around the country for the next five years
‘My comments last night left the mistaken impression that my position on drones had changed’
Public concern, practicality issues cited
‘What’s the difference whether the drone is up in the air or on the building?’
There is already limited civilian drone use.
‘Pilots sit in virtual cockpits on the ground while flying missions ranging from bombing to reconnaissance’
During Rand Paul’s filibuster last week, Wyden once again proved that he’s a different kind of politician.
‘You know I treat Sen. McCain with respect, and I don’t think I always get the same in return’
‘They’ve got people like preppers and birthers and God knows whatnot over there’
Holder answers Rand Paul's 13-hour filibuster with three sentences: 'The answer to that question is no'
Paul says it took ‘a root canal’ to get an answer
‘Frankly, it should have been answered a long time ago’
Dramatic Rand Paul filibuster ends as petitioners demand answers from WH about domestic drone strikes
The White House, however, remained silent on the issue