Drones can be used to monitor people engaged in private conversations or intimate activity in their homes, cars, streets, and parks.
Drones redefine the idea of personal and public space.
There is, of course, a simple road to protection: Congress must pass a law requiring that any and all drone surveillance require a warrant.
The Brossart case is a first, and it may not be representative, but it marks the beginning of a new generation of police power.
Today, a nutcase. Tomorrow . . . the rest of us.
: The Editorial Page
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