UAV issues pit privacy against economy

08/21/2013 | USA Today

Some cities and states, concerned about privacy violations, are passing laws to restrict the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in their airspace, but at the same time, at least 16 states are aiming to become test sites for the Federal Aviation Administration's effort to test commercial UAVs. The contrast highlights the tension between hopes for UAV-related economic gains -- and fears about their potential to threaten civil liberties.

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