As Drones Become More Common, Privacy Concerns Arise
U.S. cities and their residents are being preemptive to protect privacy when it comes to an increasing number of drones with cameras.
Westport, Connecticut, police had plans to deploy specialized drones to monitor if people were socially distancing. But the ACLU complained, and this spring the department scrapped the plan, according to The Verge.
Drones were one way police monitored Black Lives Matter protests across the country. That concerns The Brookings Institute.