Drone as surveillance tools?

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The purpose of drones can be recreational purposes and commercial purposes. Another type of drone is a military drone. Simple to use drone surveillance tools meant to watch over a nation widely. Others might say it’s an innovative gizmo for delivering products even more probably will tell you a drone is a lethal ghost hiding in the sky. Surveillance is the activity of closely observing suspected criminal activity and other activity. Spying is also included in surveillance. This type of drone is capable of feeding a video camera, IR camera for night operation, heat sensor, and radar. If the camera is capable enough it can observe the entire city including hills and valleys. They can also carry wifi crackers and fake cell phone towers that can determine your location or intercept your texts and phone calls. On the other hand, there are issues for privacy in civil liberties. In 2012, EFF sued in court focusing on private and public entities in court. At that time there were 12 drone manufacturers who had entered the public property.  

The drone is a helpful technology but needs to manage private civil liberties in an efficient way. Because we are waiting for safe transportation of goods with drones. Law and privacy needed to match with that flying. Presently only drones used for recreational purposes do not need a license. However, all commercial drones need a license under FAA rules.  

Drone as surveillance tools for which the police can access personal data via that information. There are currently five drone manufacturers – Skybox Imaging Inc., Parrot Systems Inc. (Danish), DJI Co.-Founder Tony Fincher, and Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos’ Hawthorne Ventures in New York. All of these companies use a variety of drones to spy on their customers or business partners using both electronic and physical sensors attached with wires wrapped around cameras inside the equipment. The aim is for this intelligence-gathering method to be shared amongst all relevant governmental agencies without any interference from law enforcement departments.

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