August 5, 2013 Laws, Surveillance, U.S.
Associated Press reports:
A little-noted provision in North Carolina’s budget prohibits police and other government agencies from buying surveillance drones for the next two years, as state lawmakers study the balance between security and privacy.
While that should sideline plans for many agencies that would like to deploy an economical eye in the sky, exceptions are allowed…
Read more on CBS Charlotte.
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