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The United States on the hunt now for al-Qaeda in Yemen it's a hot spot that country claiming US drone strikes.
Killed eleven al-Qaeda terrorists over the weekend no immediate confirmation from the Pentagon on that which usually does not publicly acknowledge that strikes anyway.
I chief intelligence correspondent -- -- this what.
Can you report Catherine good morning and thank you -- -- good morning with seems clear over the CIA bomb plot operation compromised in Yemen.
That the US and other allies are maximizing the targeting information that they have.
But at least three major strikes in Yemen in the last week -- more than a dozen militants killed.
Including this operations chief vital -- so so in other words they've got this data.
It's out there now that the operations compromised so they're trying to maximize that targeting data that they've got now before people scatter.
You know Catherine this drone technology is being imitated not necessarily for war but for other.
Reasons here at home in fact in the FAA's gonna make an announcement of well I'm drones over Americans guys what's going on with them.
Well that's red -- I -- are synonymous with Yemen Afghanistan and Iraq but increasingly.
They are being used for domestic surveillance first at the borders and now the FAA is scheduled to rule today.
I'm broadening the use of drones domestically advocates say they are a force multiplier for law enforcement.
It's really to provide -- additional situation awareness so I'll have more eyes in the sky to help them to system on -- going to potentially volatile situations.
So that can include fugitives like what we saw Tennessee last week -- missing children like you discuss this morning with little Isabelle in Arizona what's the risk and office -- -- -- here well it's pretty significant on Capitol Hill leading democratic says there are privacy concerns.
Especially if drugs become big business for the private sector.
We have to ensure that.
Has they register these drones.
Solve all our.
-- surveillance don't in fact allow them to be turned into cash registers the private companies.
Are able to use because of the information that they -- About individuals within our country.
So this raises questions about probable cause to do the surveillance and then how long this data is ultimately helped -- -- Catherine thanks Catherine -- -- -- while --
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