Wander 10/30/12 1:51 P.M.
"I think we're at the birth of this technology," said David Crump, a professor at the Houston University Law Center. "It's true that it's exploding; it's a very fast growing baby," he said, "But we wouldn't want to tell Alexander Graham Bell at the birth of the telephone" to stop development because of privacy concerns."
This was a direct quote from a man testifying in front of congress about the use of unmanned drones to monitor the united states...these drones can be equipped with cameras able to see into your home from heights or to see through your cloths; they can also be equipped with weaponry as has been used by the military to destroy targets in the middle east.
This is scary stuff! Imagine if they had one of those in the days of the killings at Kent state. If you don't know what I am referring to, look it up; authorities opened fire on unarmed protesters. We must let our congressmen know that the use of armed unmanned drones, and also the un-unwarranted use of Surveillance drones against the peoples of the United States of America is not acceptable!
here is a link to the article my info and quote came from Congress likes drones
and another The Seattle Times
Thank you Brian over at WeighstationOne for bringing this up in his latest post