As you may know, Congress approved the use of surveillance drones in US skies, but what about the airspace inside your house?
Meet the Black Hornet.
Unlike the traditional fixed-wing drones that we're all familiar with, this nanocopter is designed to get up close and personal. Sporting three cameras, this little guy is so small and quiet that its virtually undetectable even a few yards from your face. How's that for an invasion of privacy. Police departments all over the country are already operating fixed wing drones without warrants. What's stopping them from bringing these affordable little nanocopters into the mix? How long until they are coupled with facial recognition and biometric ID technology?
The domestic spying industry is not going to regulate itself, its up to us to stand up for our privacy rights and push back against the ever-encroaching eye of big government.