Drones are not just for Pakistan anymore, they are coming soon to a neighborhood near you. There is now a large supply, and thanks to grants from Homeland Security, there’s also a growing demand for the domestic use of small, weaponless surveillance aircraft, often weighing less than five pounds. Our guest Jefferson Morely discovered that congress was only too happy to do the bidding of the security industrial complex and recently, without public hearing, authorised the FAA to change its rules to allow the use of drones here in the backyards of America. Privacy laws are in serious need of updating.

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