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No one wants a drone snapping photos of the backyard at the precise moment one is bent over to pick up a pile of...

Originally shared by Gary Mortimer

No one wants a drone snapping photos of the backyard at the precise moment one is bent over to pick up a pile of leaves. Rest easy, beltless yard workers, the New Hampshire House of Representatives is on the case! (Sort of.)

The very idea of robots surveiling us from the sky is creepy. It sounds like something George Orwell would warn us against if he were alive today – and a Hollywood screenwriter. Yet on Wednesday the House tabled a bill that would have prohibited the use of drones in New Hampshire skies for the purposes of surveillance and attack. Why? Ah, details, details.
http://www.suasnews.com/2013/03/21973/the-drone-ban-little-jimmy-the-spy/

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