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Scott Vernick authored a Huffington Post blog entry
proposing a new perspective on how society looks at drones and also
detailing the benefits to this evolving technology.
Instead of reflexively hitting the "privacy pause
button," Scott urges society to embrace drone technology while
giving careful consideration to how to protect what's left of
the privacy that hasn't been relinquished. The hype surrounding
how drones are intruding on our privacy should not take away from
the more realistic positive benefits of drones.
Drone technology is relatively inexpensive and provides law
enforcement with assistance on several imperative operations such
as search and rescue missions, agricultural surveillance,
transportation needs, general security and fire prevention.
Scott advises that we will likely get a first glimpse of public
reaction to drones on April 3, when the FAA will hold an online
engagement session to provide the public an opportunity to comment
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