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 June 11, 2013  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Queenie Wong reports:

The Senate approved a bill Monday that would limit the use of unmanned aircraft called “drones” by law enforcement and government bodies amid growing privacy concerns.

House Bill 2710, which passed on a 23-5 vote, was sent back to the House for concurrence on changes made to the bill.

 Read more on Statesman Journal.

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