We all know there are things they’re not telling us (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show), but when it comes to the drones that will soon be spying on us, everything is up front–the companies that make them are actually DISPLAYING THEM in (where else?) Las Vegas–and not just to the military, to law enforcement agencies and to the "highly promising civilian market" (want to spy on your neighbor or read more
The silent drone that may be tracking you can stay on the job forever. It’s like a permanent closed circuit camera, except it’s not mounted in the local liquor store but it’s following you around. Is there any way to fight back?
The electric version of Lockheed Martin’s Stalker has a battery that usually lasts just two hours, but in a recent test, a laser power system wirelessly recharged a drone battery in midair for 24 times as long.
Researchers have found a way to hack into GPS-guided drones with something called "spoofing." They can then guide them to another location or crash the drones into the ground. This works even better than the previous technique of jamming, which blocks the drones’ access to GPS signals.
It is the intention of the United States government to destroy privacy in America, and a big part of this evil is the planned deployment of 30,000 drones that will be able to monitor in detail the movement and activities of every citizen of this country. The path to the surveillance state has been paved by the Supreme Court, which has ruled that citizens have essentially no right of privacy from being observed from overhead.