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She does a -- thank you soon James Bond might not be the only one with a license to kill one Colorado town.
-- its residents the right perhaps to shoot down government drones can actually do that.
To look at that crazy animation.
Philip Steele wrote the ordinance for his hometown of deer trail Colorado and joins us today from Colorado at Denver good morning to -- Good morning okay see you have proposed this ordinance that would do what.
Corner of the ordinance talented -- soon.
-- hunting licenses.
The only good in deer trail but they can be sold nationwide.
All right so if you had I'd had drone hunting license that would mean if you if you pay the fee and it's modest.
-- you could.
Shoot down a drone and you would wind up with some sort of a bounty of how much.
Yes -- you bring us in a fuselage and one wing you get 45 dollars okay if you bring in a hole intact only get a hundred.
All right so that said that's the plan.
Phil why do you want to shoot down drones.
Because lose I want take a stand against.
The coming surveillance society that seems to be rushing in on us.
Well what could a drone over somebody's house out there in Colorado surveil what would it be watching.
Well other than just a photographic information you can pick up.
Communications cell phone transmissions.
-- -- Pick up data from your wireless router.
On your broadband.
It can do quite a bit you know.
That if somebody did shoot down let's -- there was a predator drone out there and somebody shut down do you think somebody's gonna wind up forget about the hundred dollar bounty.
We think somebody's gonna wind up with about a 25 million dollar bill from the department of of defense.
No because predator drones are much bigger and -- life far higher -- ones we're talking about.
Our small drones.
Use his size of RC aircraft are birds in and so presumably the people who would be operating the drones would be hope.
Victim they can be.
Governmental -- is -- can be nongovernmental organizations.
They can be.
Large corporations that want to gather data for marketing purposes they can be criminals -- case neighborhoods OK we'll -- right I mean a lot of people do like to spy on people so -- will be interest in.
Will keep track of fight your fight to get this ordinance -- -- cholera.
Phil Steele thank you for joining us -- -- -- --
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