Senate Bill Could Grant Homeland Security Power to Seize and Destroy Your Personal Drone

There’s a new Senate bill in town which would grant the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) greater power to seize, destroy, research, and surveil unmanned aerial vehicles in U.S. airspace. According to Gizmodo, DHS deputy general counsel Hayley Chang testified in Congress last week that the department is being hampered by current regulations due to outdated laws that don’t encompass the modern advent of increased drone use in the country …

The Drive | June 11, 2018

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