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Peeping drones

As more and more personal drones circle our atmosphere, we need to be careful about protecting people’s right to privacy. Currently, drone-filmed pornography is entering the scene, and we need to make sure people aren’t being filmed without their 
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Facebook Preps to Fly Drones Above Its Home Base

A request with the FCC to test wireless networking tech is pending approval. Facebook is preparing to fly drones above its headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. The tech giant recently requested a “special temporary authority” from the Federal Communications Commission, … Continue reading

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How Google may pull off drone deliveries without putting your dog at risk

“Using drones to deliver packages to our yards has long piqued the interest of some consumers and tech companies as a way to speed a process that can take days to one that happens in minutes. But a new Google patent … Continue reading

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Google Drops New Hint About its Drone Delivery Service

“The search giant filed for a patent this week that involves its planned delivery drones dropping off orders inside individual wheeled lockboxes around town. In addition to holding on to the package, the system would guard against potential dangers like … Continue reading

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