The flyers, a part of the group's Intelexit campaign, urge NSA agents to quit their jobs and become whistleblowers.
While some homeowners are turning to shotguns to deal with unwanted drones, federal agencies and law enforcement lack the necessary technology to deal with this increasing menace.
Secret military documents expose the inner workings of Obama's drone wars
The devastated Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan has been releasing radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean for a number of years, and into the atmosphere as well. As of now there is still no concrete clean-up plan for dealing with the disaster
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WHEN THE GERMAN activist group Intelexit launched a campaign last week to persuade employees of surveillance agencies like the NSA to resign, their tactics started with billboards, online video and sidewalk canvassing. Now they've taken their campa
A drone crashed and exploded into flames this week on a quiet Hamptons street.
Russian fighter jets shadowed U.S. predator drones on at least three separate occasions high above Syria since the start of Russia's air campaign last week, according to two U.S. officials briefed on this latest intelligence from the region.
The Federal Aviation Administration has fined a Chicago-based drone operator $1.9 million for flying without permission from the agency, an enforcement penalty that exceeds the previous record by $1,890,000.
The activist group Intelexit launched drones near the Dagger Complex, housing the European Cryptologic Center (ECC), south of western German city of Frankfurt, to suggest to employees that they quit their jobs.
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For governments seeking to hide controversial programs from their citizens, there are few better directions to transmit secret military and espionage communications than straight up.
He explained that since assassination is banned by executive order, using the term would indicate the administration is deliberately violating the ban. "This administration, like others, just doesn't think the executive order applies,"
The video shows quadrocopters autonomously assembling a rope bridge. This is part of a body of research in aerial construction, a field that addresses the construction of structures with the aid of flying machines.
Up, up and away. A team at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, has succeeded in launching 50 drones that were all controlled by a single person.
Spectacular drone footage captured the moment defiant migrants were tear gassed by police at the Hungarian border yesterday and shows the staggering scale of the great wall of Europe erected to keep them out.
While they will be limited to "less than lethal" weapons, tear gas, tasers, rubber bullets and pepper spray could all be used in theory by the remote controlled flying machines.
David Cameron's admission that the UK has targeted and killed Reyaad Khan, a prominent member of Islamic State represents the first killing of a British citizen by a UK military drone.
'Kanyon' unmanned sub to target harbors, cities
It is now legal for law enforcement in North Dakota to fly drones armed with everything from Tasers to tear gas thanks to a last-minute push by a pro-police lobbyist.
JULIAN ASSANGE has spoken about his fears he will be assassinated or even "DRONED" by the American intelligence services if he leaves his hideout within the Ecuadorean embassy.
North Dakota police will be free to fire "less than lethal" weapons from the air thanks to the influence of Big Drone.
Wait, Sony made a drone?
Transwheel drones use a single self-balancing wheel and a robotic arm to pick up and carry packages
Drones are taking off in the oil industry, especially in dangerous offshore work.
Drones have gone from geeky dream to mainstream gadget in a shockingly brief amount of time.
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Independent films have Sundance. Foreign films, Cannes. And for the ascending field of unmanned aerial filmmaking, there is now San Francisco's forthcoming Flying Robot International Film Festival.
The US military will be expanding their disastrous drone program by 50% in the next four years, bringing the number of daily drone flights from 61 to 90.
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