Protect privacy from drones at home, lawmakers say
WASHINGTON — Before thousands of civilian drones begin flying in U.S. skies, Congress should take steps to protect the public’s privacy and prevent terrorists from hacking or jamming signals that control the aircraft, lawmakers said Thursday.
House members from both parties said at an oversight hearing that they’re worried about potential privacy and security threats as the use of small unmanned aircraft becomes widespread. The...
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