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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: Chase Bank Rolls Out Contactless Credit Cards 2  Keynone   2005-05-19 16:52:46 
Re: Experts Find Spam Virus Advocating Far-Right Thoughts 2  jb197three   2005-05-18 11:25:49 
Rob Enderle is WRONG 1  ykedoodl   2005-05-18 10:40:45 
Re: Nicotine Vaccine Shows Promise 2  damaji   2005-05-17 06:14:58 
Re: Xbox 360: Like Sony and Apple's Illegitimate Child 3  frankiec   2005-05-17 01:57:07 
Re: Xbox 360 Makes Quantum Leap 2  balrogthane   2005-05-15 17:46:00 
Re: Cisco Code Theft Suggests Wide-Scale Vulnerability 3  gowtam   2005-05-12 10:00:21 
Re: TigerDirect Sues Apple Computer 3  lowcarb   2005-05-10 20:15:53 
Re: FCC Anti-Piracy Play Rejected 3  zorg   2005-05-09 15:37:43 
Re: An X-Factor for the New Xbox? 2  sanjuro   2005-05-08 08:32:54 
Re: Scammers Target Googlers with Trojan Attack 3  clayton   2005-05-03 06:14:05 
Re: Recording Industry's File Sharing Complaints Don't Hold Water 3  clayton   2005-04-28 13:16:51 
Re: WHO Says All Samples of Killer Flu Virus Located 3  clayton   2005-04-28 13:13:27 
Re: Municipal Wireless Networks Generating Controversy 2  Jacomo   2005-04-28 08:38:16 
Re: Study Shows Glaciers Shrinking Quickly 2  Prime   2005-04-23 21:17:03 
Re: Latest from MIT: Artificial Stupidity 2  mortadelo_de   2005-04-21 08:40:44 
Re: Internet2 Becomes File-Sharing Target 2  farmerbob   2005-04-16 14:29:52 
Re: Patent Office Says Critics Wrong, Complete Review Provided 2  tgape   2005-04-15 21:34:58 
Re: Scientists Scramble To Destroy Flu Strain 2  damaji   2005-04-14 07:27:09 
Re: Apple To Roll Out Next OS X Operating System Version 2  TimLynch   2005-04-13 12:35:07 

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