Feds to Begin Testing Wider Use of Drones That Could Have Widespread Ramifications
The Department of Homeland Security will test drones – small, unmanned flying spies – to see if they can be used for emergencies, law enforcement and border patrol, Wired.com reports.
The testing grounds will be Fort Sill in Oklahoma, where drones will officials will experiment with drones for five days, according to Wired.com.
The drones being researched are small and weigh less than 25 pounds.
The drones are controversial because of fears that they violate privacy rights or could crash into buildings, Wired.com reports.
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