Even as we continue to fight to save our Second Amendment rights, we have a new battlefield popping up and this time it’s our Fourth Amendment right that’s taking the hits. Under the Fourth Amendment, we have an expectation of privacy but ever-changing technology – specifically drones – is corroding that expectation.
With the use of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, on the uptake, our right to privacy is blurred. Until the Federal Aviation Administration (which regulates air space over the United States) is able to get a handle on what is acceptable and what isn’t — well, we’re in for a ride. [Read more…]