Another day, another potential invasion of our collective privacy. By now, most of us are either savvy enough or paranoid enough to restrict access to our phones’ hardware. We know to tap Do Not Allow when that new shopping app asks for access to our camera or microphone. It’s a no-brainer.
Drones used to exclusively be military and government tools for surveillance and intelligence purposes. Over the past few years, however, that’s changed considerably. Drones have now made a push into the private sector as more and more people get into building and flying them. In fact, owning and flying drones