Debate Over Drone Use by U.S. Law Enforcement
- Duration 1:34
- Date Jul 18, 2012
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Where did you find out Katherine.
Thank you bill good morning Fox News is still reviewing these records attached to the 125.
Or operating licenses released by the FAA through the -- of information act.
These drones are armed with cameras not missiles this Seattle police departments -- -- flyer XX carries wireless video and still cameras.
It's ten inches high and three feet wide.
The Miami Police Department is using a Honeywell.
Our Q 168 micro air vehicle which is nearly two feet long including its sensor pods weighing 2.2 pounds it's implied threat to forty minutes.
At a speed of 45 miles an hour the lawyer who got the documents told fox.
Issues a standard by this year -- number of documents the sheer volume because these documents have never been public before bill.
-- Katherine as this moves forward you're saying there's more and more popular.
Are we gonna see legislation on it.
Well there's certainly concerns but the use of drones -- recently reported that smaller -- can be hacked.
In this demonstration video a laptop computer is used to -- director of -- All of this of course raises questions over their safety security and who controls the data they collect.
The electronic frontier foundation also questions the privacy implications quote.
The FAA documents we received -- address safety issues with drone flights but there are still many unanswered questions about the privacy implications.
Of drones -- those who support the use of domestic -- say they are additional eyes in the sky for law enforcement.
At a fraction of the cost -- Catherine thanks Catherine Herridge on the -- story in Washington things.