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DoD Seeks New Authority for Drone Countermeasures

Unmanned aerial systems (UAS, or drones) could be used by malicious actors to conduct unauthorized surveillance or to deliver hazardous payloads within the United States. But defending against such threats may violate the law as currently written. “Some of the … Continue reading

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Proposed Rules Would Allow US to Track and Destroy Drones

The Trump administration is asking Congress to give the federal government sweeping powers to track, hack and destroy any type of drone over domestic soil with a new exception to laws governing surveillance, computer privacy and aircraft protection, according to … Continue reading

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Woman brandishes gun, scares off drone

Clearly annoyed by a drone hovering near her residence, a woman aims a gun at the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle in a video that is going viral. The drone’s-eye video shows the drone hovering close to a house. A woman appears … Continue reading

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Drone Catching: An Inevitable Sport in Our Swarming Skies?

“The rise in drone use to invade private and government facilities is the impetus for new anti-drone systems. Enter the SkyWall100 Drone Defense System—described by its U.K. manufacturer as “a man-portable and cost-effective counter drone system.”” March 5, 2016 | … Continue reading

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