Sep 192012
 September 19, 2012  Posted by  Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

There’s a new GAO report that supports what privacy advocates are all saying – the government needs to address privacy concerns raised by the use of unmanned aircraft. But should it be the DOJ or DHS to take point, or do we need another agency that might be more, um, civil liberties-leaning?

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS:  Measuring Progress and Addressing Potential Privacy Concerns Would Facilitate Integration into the National Airspace System
GAO-12-981, Sep 14, 2012

h/t, Centennial Man

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