Privacy under siege

There will soon be no privacy for anyone at any time if drones are permitted by all government agencies, law enforcement, agricultural uses, etc. Privately owned and operated drones aren’t far behind.

If they can fly low enough there’s no reason not to expect that they won’t be used for surveillance, peeping toms or anyone who wants to spy in an area.

Who gets the licenses for these devices? Who is responsible if they take unwanted pictures or cause accidents? There are enough weirdos on the loose already who use electronic devices for spying on anyone.

It’s little wonder people are more paranoid in this type of society. Laws are slow to catch up with technology.

Thomas Mason

Jersey Shore

Submitted by Virtual Newsroom