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Drone Surveillance is against the law!

Drone Surveillance is against the law!

June 11, 2020: There were drones operated from the border security force and the US customs to collect data about the protest in the Minneapolis. People were on road protesting against racism and the death of George Floyd in police custody.

The usage of drones was always designed for the military and police forces to check when there is a threat to life, threat to the nation and this should not be used to track and collect data of the people in protest. According to the First Amendment activity, the government should not use the drone to collect data from citizens.

CBP agreed they flew the predator on May 29th also they have used planes and helicopter to gauge the protest and find out how to handle the situation and made it clear that the videos not used to identify the individual who is participated in the protest.

The Surveillance has worried few protestors as the government can use multiple software installed within the camera like facial recognition, cell phone monitoring high zoom camera, etc where the data of each individual can be recorded.

“Americans have a healthy fear of government surveillance that started at the founding of our country and has continued to modern times,” said the letter signed by lawmakers including Reps. Anna Eshoo (D., Calif.) and Bobby Rush (D., Ill.)

The official tried to clear saying the images taken from the camera are just used to find out if the protest is within the 200 people or 2000 people in the street. They mentioned the camera is used to plan on how to protest the protestors and give protection where needed.

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