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Government Surveillance: What to Do, What to Do?


It's not so much that intelligence agencies spy on people. After all, that's their job, contended law professor Derek Bambauer. The question is whether their operations are legally sanctioned. U.S. persons "might" have some Fourth Amendment claims against surveillance, he said, "but the Supreme Court has been very careful never to address this issue, and I don't expect it to do so."
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New Smart Drone Breaks $1K Barrier


A new aerial drone from 3D Robotics packs two computers and an array of powerful features for $999. The computers -- one on the craft and one in the controller -- have enabled it to make some radical breakthroughs in autonomous flight and camera control, according to 3DR. Built on 1-GHz Cortex A9 ARM chips running Linux, the computers allow operators to preprogram the drone's flight path.
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Re: How to Move Into Your New Rented Office 365  Patrick Nelson  2013-03-07 11:36:11
Re: How to Move Into Your New Rented Office 365  Kagehi  2013-03-07 11:40:03
Re: Galaxy S IV Scrolling: The Eyes May Have It  Richard Adhikari  2013-03-06 07:27:41
Re: Galaxy S IV Scrolling: The Eyes May Have It  kulhead  2013-03-06 10:39:19
Re: Microsoft Shoots for New Outlook.com Users by Targeting Less  Erika Morphy  2013-02-22 05:55:08
Re: Microsoft Shoots for New Outlook.com Users by Targeting Less  jescott418  2013-02-28 08:33:58
Re: Scientists on Unparticle Hunt Give Earth a Spin  Richard Adhikari  2013-02-23 09:14:03
Re: Scientists on Unparticle Hunt Give Earth a Spin  hiperteknoloji  2013-02-24 05:16:39
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  Rob Enderle  2013-02-18 05:30:28
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  bcinnamon  2013-02-19 00:03:07
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  RobEnderle  2013-02-19 16:20:10
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  bcinnamon  2013-02-19 18:11:43
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  electroman76  2013-02-18 21:55:11
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  electroman76  2013-02-18 21:28:08
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  RobEnderle  2013-02-19 16:28:35
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  RobEnderle  2013-02-19 16:24:35
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  murrayr1  2013-02-18 15:52:58
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  RobEnderle  2013-02-19 16:30:59
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  electroman76  2013-02-18 21:41:12
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  Kagehi  2013-02-19 18:56:17
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  RobEnderle  2013-02-19 16:33:40
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  Michael_Blumfield  2013-02-18 11:34:00
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  RobEnderle  2013-02-19 16:36:20
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  e2verne  2013-02-18 11:28:18
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  Michael_Blumfield  2013-02-18 11:38:46
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  Laura_626  2013-02-18 10:35:09
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  RobEnderle  2013-02-19 16:38:28
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  electroman76  2013-02-18 21:53:00
Re: Killing Tesla Slowly: Horse vs. Gas vs. Electric and 1 Foolish CEO  RobEnderle  2013-02-19 16:41:13
Re: Elder Scrolls Beta Testers Will Time Travel to 2nd Era  Peter Suciu  2013-02-19 05:27:12
Re: Elder Scrolls Beta Testers Will Time Travel to 2nd Era  zaito12  2013-02-19 05:34:07
Re: Nemo, Early Reviews Freeze Out Surface Pro Launch  Richard Adhikari  2013-02-09 06:13:50
Re: Nemo, Early Reviews Freeze Out Surface Pro Launch  TomH123  2013-02-09 06:21:45
Re: All Things Appy: Top 5 Firefox Utilities  Patrick Nelson  2013-02-07 03:14:42
Re: All Things Appy: Top 5 Firefox Utilities  Llewen  2013-02-08 16:48:20
Re: Alicia Keys: The Next Steve Jobs?  Rob Enderle  2013-02-04 10:26:01
Re: Alicia Keys: The Next Steve Jobs?  TechGeniusOnline  2013-02-04 13:48:33
Re: Online Gambling: The WTO Loads Antigua's Slingshot  David Vranicar  2013-02-03 12:48:18
Re: Online Gambling: The WTO Loads Antigua's Slingshot  Kagehi  2013-02-03 12:56:33
Re: Google Outlines Plan to Make Passwords Passe  Rachelle Dragani  2013-01-28 14:38:25
Re: Google Outlines Plan to Make Passwords Passe  Llewen  2013-01-28 14:41:47
Re: Fleet of FireFlies to Probe Space for Mineral-Rich Asteroids  Richard Adhikari  2013-01-26 14:34:16
Re: Fleet of FireFlies to Probe Space for Mineral-Rich Asteroids  NerdRealms  2013-01-28 12:58:52
Re: All Things Appy: 5 Top iOS Health and Fitness Apps  Patrick Nelson  2013-01-24 23:26:14
Re: All Things Appy: 5 Top iOS Health and Fitness Apps  tobibest  2013-01-25 00:23:38
health  tobibest  2013-01-25 00:07:48
Re: Lenovo Chromebook Starts School Fight With Tablets  Richard Adhikari  2013-01-19 12:37:30
Re: Lenovo Chromebook Starts School Fight With Tablets  AG4EM  2013-01-22 03:08:37
Re: Facebook's Graph Search Turns Up Privacy Issues  Enid Burns  2013-01-19 10:47:17
Re: Facebook's Graph Search Turns Up Privacy Issues  ECommerce_Outtakes  2013-01-21 07:42:49
Re: Nokia Gives 3D Printers Something Fun to Do  Peter Suciu  2013-01-19 13:01:11
Re: Nokia Gives 3D Printers Something Fun to Do  M1k3G  2013-01-20 11:05:28
Re: Nokia Gives 3D Printers Something Fun to Do  Kagehi  2013-01-19 13:10:17
Re: Facebook Gets Serious About Discovery With Graph Search  John P. Mello Jr.  2013-01-16 10:04:37
Re: Facebook Gets Serious About Discovery With Graph Search  MissBourgeois  2013-01-18 12:57:08
Re: LG Ships a Big, Bright OLED That Makes Flat-Screens Look Fat  Richard Adhikari  2013-01-03 18:42:04
Re: LG Ships a Big, Bright OLED That Makes Flat-Screens Look Fat  abhishek0990  2013-01-16 04:48:57
Re: Oracle's Java Fix Fizzles  Richard Adhikari  2013-01-15 06:39:56
How many infections  hairyfeet  2013-01-15 06:43:16

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