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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: The Holographic Universe: Is Our 3D World Just an Illusion? 2  cspizz   2011-07-22 14:41:49 
Re: Lenovo's Tablet Trio to Take On the iPad 2  virthddman   2011-07-22 10:18:52 
Re: Labs Go Dark as Google Puts Away Childish Things 2  bscottt   2011-07-22 00:40:31 
Re: Why Do Email Links Feel So Right When They Do Such Wrong? 2  tnguyengp   2011-07-20 15:07:37 
Re: Those Crazy People Running the US Government and News Corp. Need New Jobs 2  Kagehi   2011-07-18 19:59:45 
Re: Google Is Like a 'Mental Prosthetic' 2  akcoyote   2011-07-16 13:38:40 
Re: Dell's Lesson for RIM and MS: Do It Steve Jobs' Way 3  jsepeta   2011-07-11 14:00:04 
Re: The Revolution Will Be Video-Chatted 2  carloscar   2011-07-09 10:01:03 
Re: Droid 3 Adds a Little Muscle but Where's the 4G Beef? 2  mima1973   2011-07-08 06:32:46 
Re: Zuckerberg Finds Friends on Google+ 2  thenewgreen   2011-07-05 13:53:41 
Re: Internet Censorship Storm Is Coming, Warns Schmidt 2  davis_jce   2011-07-04 01:42:46 
Re: Mozilla and Firefox 5: Upgrade or Die! 4  k8zatnpfl   2011-07-02 16:44:44 
Re: Google+ Doesn't Quite Add Up to a Social Powerhouse 2  robtmartin   2011-07-01 11:57:13 
Re: The Hackers Parade Marches On 4  akcoyote   2011-06-25 14:50:45 
Re: App Testing at the Speed of Change 2  mcastro   2011-06-23 04:08:40 
Re: Chromebook: Big Brother to Netbook, Distant 3rd Cousin to Tablet 2  jescott418   2011-06-18 16:29:42 
Re: The Softer Side of Apple 2  farmerbob   2011-06-15 14:24:11 
Re: LightSquared Mucks Up GPS Signals, Flunks Network Test 2  farmerbob   2011-06-14 14:34:30 
Re: Better Living - Anywhere on the Planet - Through Technology 2  akcoyote   2011-06-12 21:10:44 
Re: Adventures in Invention: Printing Objects 2  botmill   2011-06-08 03:55:08 

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