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The drones would detect high heart and respiratory rates and high temperatures in addition to voice commands to remind the public of social distancing.

Police drone program ditched due to privacy concerns

Giselle Oldani '22, Web News Editor May 18, 2020

Westport’s Flatten the Curve Pilot drone program recently shut down due to privacy concerns and backlash from the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) of Connecticut.  Through drone company, Draganfly,...

Layoffs leave GoPro consumers hopeful for company’s future

Layoffs leave GoPro consumers hopeful for company’s future

January 25, 2018

GoPro announced plans to cut its workforce by at least 20 percent, reduce the salary of the Chief Executive, Nicholas Woodman, to $1.00 and the company will exit the aerial drone market, on Monday, Jan....

Surveillance and 007

Surveillance and 007

Claire Dinshaw, News Editor November 19, 2015

What Sceptre can tell us about technology and modern intelligence On Jan. 24, 2014 a US drone struck a Yemeni wedding convoy, killing 12 men. The US justified the attack by saying that a known affiliate...

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