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CCTV in the sky: police plan to use military-style spy drones

January 23, 2010
Guardian.co.uk
1/23/2010

Police in the UK are planning to use unmanned spy drones, controversially deployed in Afghanistan, for the ­”routine” monitoring of antisocial motorists, ­protesters, agricultural thieves and fly-tippers, in a significant expansion of covert state surveillance.

The arms manufacturer BAE Systems, which produces a range of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for war zones, is adapting the military-style planes for a consortium of government agencies led by Kent police.

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  1. February 1, 2010 1:44 pm

    My company is currently doing R&D to create our own drones for government use. Very cool stuff Active Vision

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