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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: Why Is Internet Explorer 6 Still Hanging Around?  Richard Adhikari  2010-01-20 13:06:01
The nay sayer's hurt Microsoft  jescott418  2010-01-29 12:46:15
Re: Apple's Mysterious Slate: Betting the Company One More Time  Rob Enderle  2010-01-25 05:40:45
Its a Steve Jobs nightmare  jescott418  2010-01-29 12:38:14
I'm speechless ...  Hasdrubal  2010-01-26 00:12:17
Why hate, Ron?  spjones  2010-01-25 17:48:10
Size of venue??  ToyNeedle  2010-01-25 11:54:57
Thanks Rob...  rickrack  2010-01-25 09:25:20
Re: Google Stamps Social Search With Beta Status  Richard Adhikari  2010-01-28 14:53:25
Removing content from the Web......  akcoyote  2010-01-28 23:49:03
Re: DoT Adds Another Law to Anti-Texting Crazy Quilt  Renay San Miguel  2010-01-26 15:41:12
Talking and driving.  correct1  2010-01-26 15:54:37
Re: Google's App Not Fit for Full-Time Nav Duty  Anick Jesdanun  2010-01-23 07:07:26
It's BETA for a reason  tony4life  2010-01-23 07:10:58
Re: Google and the Freedom Business  Paul Hartsock  2010-01-22 13:17:47
Mobile Search - Changes Already Started!  tony4life  2010-01-22 13:21:03
Re: Sitting Kills, Finds TV-Habits Study  Pam Baker  2010-01-14 12:56:01
TV Viewing = Early Death  seamountie  2010-01-19 20:28:52
Sitting leads to early death  Ruler4You  2010-01-18 08:31:10
Re: Latest Opera Browser a Bit Off Key  Jack M. Germain  2010-01-04 11:46:02
Opera  jescott418  2010-01-07 08:20:23
Bloated??  pretzelz  2010-01-17 07:33:39
Re: The Bane of Technology Analysts Is ... Technology?  Renay San Miguel  2010-01-15 07:33:56
Advisory analysts sell advice, not written research  carterlusher  2010-01-15 15:53:29
The Blogosphere Cornucopia of Information  SmithWill  2010-01-15 07:56:21
Right on  maxkalehoff  2010-01-15 07:47:08
Re: Free Storage Lures Consumers to Google's Big Desktop in the Sky  Erika Morphy  2010-01-14 10:58:19
I'm confused...  jpurkey  2010-01-14 11:05:01
Re: StarTech's KVM Switch Is a Desktop Space Savior  Jack M. Germain  2010-01-11 09:50:00
I am missing what is new and wonderful here......  akcoyote  2010-01-12 22:53:14
Re: Zuckerberg: Facebook Is Helping People Avoid All That Unwanted Privacy  Katherine Noyes  2010-01-11 13:17:54
This is why I never joined Facebook  Alverant  2010-01-12 06:33:37
Itís a battle we canít win - so we ought to walk away.  SocialOrbits  2010-01-11 17:15:14
Re: Nexus One: You Can Look, You Can Buy, but You Can't Touch  Paul Hartsock  2010-01-08 23:08:59
Google officially announces Nexus One  qualitypoint  2010-01-10 22:33:57
Re: The Drums of Cyberwar  Richard Adhikari  2009-11-19 15:29:22
The short, unfortunate paradox of cyber defense...  JDFielder  2010-01-09 16:58:35
Re: Skype Brings Video Chat to Flat-Screen TVs  Renay San Miguel  2010-01-07 08:21:20
Never in my living room  jescott418  2010-01-07 08:24:21
Re: The Decade of Cool - Brought to You by Technology  Renay San Miguel  2010-01-05 06:02:11
Don't forget about Google  thesexygeek  2010-01-05 06:38:12
Re: Which Company Will Define the Next Decade?  Rob Enderle  2010-01-04 22:16:00
Sony vs apple  die4music  2010-01-04 22:47:44
Re: 'Avatar': The Best 3-D Movie Ever - Technically  Renay San Miguel  2009-12-19 12:19:39
Block buster of a movie  luvAvatar  2009-12-31 19:45:47
Re: Terrorist Attempt May Strip Fliers of More Privacy  Renay San Miguel  2009-12-30 07:07:33
Backscatter x Ray imperative  Legend13  2009-12-30 07:25:38
Re: What Technology Will Bring to the Next Decade  Jessica Mintz  2009-12-27 06:01:00
Great Technology  Ridwan  2009-12-27 06:20:05

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