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Letters: Down on drones

May 06, 2012

Re "Border drones have yet to prove worth," April 29

The looming proliferation of drones is chilling. How is a country that values freedom seemingly OK with this? As someone who has never been arrested, I don't want these creepy unmanned things buzzing over my head.

As they become cheaper, drones will fill the skies, and anyone from the neighborhood busybody to a suspicious spouse will employ them. That walk you love in the wilderness will no longer be guaranteed to be yours alone and surveillance-free.

The scenarios are endless, and everyone who values privacy and freedom should be concerned.

Jocelyn DeVault

Newbury Park


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