When is my personal drone landing?
December 17, 2013
By Ryan Calo
As drones become more mainstream, the prospect of excessive surveillance and other dangers loom. Drones drive down the costs of surveillance to a worrisomely low level. For example, it wouldn't be surprising if Amazon delivery drones were equipped with cameras for loss prevention. So what would stop law enforcement from asking Amazon for all of its drones' footage in a given neighborhood where there had been a crime?
Simultaneously, drone technology has the potential to revolutionize delivery, agriculture, photography and possibly disrupt major industries.
For more information: http://www.cnn.com/2013/12/17/opinion/calo-drones-apps/index.html