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States wrestle with domestic use of drones

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Twenty-seven states, including Virginia, are trying to determine whether the use of domestic drones by law enforcement agencies would be a boon to crime-fighting or a serious threat to the privacy of average Americans. The Virginia General Assembly last month passed a bill with strong bipartisan support that bans police in the state from using unmanned aircraft systems for the next two years...

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