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You Can Own A Drone That Peeps, Stalks and Kills

http://www.helpfreetheearth.com

January 2016

If military drones can peep, stalk and kill people by remote control, why not consumer drones?

 

Have you noticed any drones flying around your neighborhood lately? One Seattle woman recently saw a drone hovering outside her apartment window and reported the aerial "peeping Tom" to police.

Can people legally use privately owned drones to spy on you? Yes, they can.

Voyeurs and Peeping Tom's can now buy a drone and use it to engage in privacy-invading voyeurism which borders on harassment and trespassing. A drone hobbyist or voyeur is not breaking any laws since it is legal to take photographs and videos from public spaces, particularly aerial ones.

LEGAL VOYEURISM AND STALKING

Consumers can now buy a spy drone for under $1,000. The Parrot AR Done 2.0 brings low-budget spying equipment to the masses. It is less than $300 and is equipped with some of the latest and greatest technology that makes it easier than ever to spy on your neighbors or a lover or an ex. Operators sometimes equip their drones with radios to transmit a live video feed to goggles or monitors, allowing a person to fly a drone beyond his or her field of sight. Under existing FAA rules, amateur hobbyists can use drones like radio-controlled planes.

Physically walking onto someone’s land is trespassing but observing private property via air is not. So, if you fly over and around someone’s yard with a drone and peer in their bedroom window, it may be legal. The Supreme Court ruled in 1946 that “the air is a public highway.”

DRONE DRUG DROPS

Prisons have been warned that consumer drones flown by organised gangs are being used to deliver banned items such as drugs, mobile phones and potentially "firearms" to inmates by flying them over perimeter walls. The warning comes days after the UK handed down its first conviction for illegal drone flying.

WEAPONIZED CONSUMER DRONES

If cameras can be attached to drones, why not weapons? Who's to stop amateur techies from attaching an automatic shooting device or a launchable detonating device and discharging it by remore control into Buckingham Palace or the NYSE for example?

If military drones can be equipped with weaponry to "remotely" kill families in foreign countries, why can't consumer drones be equipped with weaponry to remotely murder people in domestic places?

CONSUMER DRONE WARFARE

If you saw a consumer drone hovering outside your bedroom window, would you consider shooting it down? Will the next generation of consumer drone technology be drones that shoot down peeping-stalking-voyeur drones?

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