Eyes in the sky: Law enforcement drone use sparks privacy concerns

Law enforcement is increasingly using unmanned aerial systems, or drones, to search for missing people and in criminal investigations, but with new technology comes new concerns over privacy and Fourth Amendment rights.

The Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office has been using drones for about three years, primarily in cases of missing persons and serious traffic crash investigations, according to Chief Deputy Mike Eberle …


Dayton (OH) Daily News | Oct. 21, 2017

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