Drones and Your Privacy: What You Need to Know

The FAA (Federal Aviation Association) reported 1.1 million drones registered with the organization by the end of 2017, and they predict the numbers to increase to about 3.1 million by the end of 2022. Drones are used for various reasons, including industrial inspection, real estate images, and agriculture. The fact that drones can be easily hijacked and hacked not only puts drone-generated data at risk but also the safety of citizens privacy.

Originally, drones began as military tools. Now, hobbyists have adapted drones for recreational use by using its cameras to take aerial photos and videos. And . . .

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