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FAA drone roadmap says test sites will inform privacy dialogue

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Privacy and civil liberties advocates are concerned over the use of drones for surveillance

Preparing for takeoff � no need to turn off your electronics

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Under the rules now in place, passengers must power off all devices during takeoff and landing.

Legal group launches Domestic Drone Information Center

An American Predator drone flies near Kandahar Air Field, southern Afghanistan, in this file photo from 2010. AP Images.

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers will aggregate drone news

Senate passes bill to end FAA furloughs

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Republicans have spent the week lambasting President Barack Obama and his administration

ACLU: Domestic drones create 'unavoidable privacy concerns'

The FAA is set to establish six UAS test sites around the country for the next five years

FAA strongly denies alleged smartphone airplane hack can work

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‘The described technique cannot engage or control the aircraft’s autopilot system’

Airplanes can be hijacked using an Android smartphone

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Security consultant Hugo Teso shows that a hijacker could take over an aircraft’s flight controls

Lawmaker wants FAA to publish names of drone licensees - TheDC

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The FAA is projecting that the number of licenses for domestic commercial drones could increase