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Of course North Korea is known for being a repressive society.
Now some people here in the US are concerned over new security proposals.
They feel are too intrusive here chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge explains.
If you feel like you're being watched your probably right.
In the latest surveillance tool under consideration to collect data inside the US is the -- These are tools everybody wants to get excited about the latest shiny toy.
Made famous by the CIA's targeting of al-Qaeda terrorists overseas most drones are -- aren't and used for surveillance to establish a suspect's daily routine or pattern of life.
In Iraq France since we use them to track down bomb factories but in -- case she would basically backtrack.
The people in place the bomb -- the factor that it came from.
-- -- -- uses drones on the border the question is whether the department is reportedly investigating other options.
Well I don't know that there -- reports to which you refer but right now we use.
And are using the -- along the borders and they are force multiplier for us Wallace spokesman did not expand on the secretary's comments these documents from homeland security's procurement -- show.
They are soliciting industry input for a -- area aerial surveillance system quote to provide persistent long term surveillance over urban and rural terrain.
Under new legislation the FAA is being ordered to -- regulations for the testing and licensing of commercial drones by 2015.
Resistance is already growing.
If our skies become full of surveillance drones it's possible that from the moment that you walk out of your home in the morning until you return at night.
More in another building fit your every movement will be tracked by this -- seeing eye in the sky.
The house intelligence chairman told Foxconn is an issue.
Outrageous -- president quicker -- -- -- enough of them we have lots of requirements overseas that we're having a hard time meeting.
And it wouldn't do was just would not make sense to me to have me.
Well the FAA says it's committed to safely integrating drones into the nation's airspace critics say there -- nothing in the new legislation that addresses these privacy issues -- And thank you.
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