Did al-Qaeda Just Spill the Beans on How to Avoid Domestic Drones?

February 23rd, 2013 . by Felix

In the very near future there may be domestic drones flying overhead to watch and monitor your every move. Already police departments are buying unmanned mini-drones for civilian use. The potential for abuse and privacy violations is enormous. The Department of Homeland Security is willing to pay for the drones to help cities combat terrorism. As drone technology advances it is only a matter of time when they become so cost effective that every police department in the country will have them at their disposal.

Fortunately some legislators see the writing on the wall and are scrambling to get bills introduced to prevent spying on civilians. Already there are 21 states considering bills to regulate drones.

What does this mean for you? Well it turns out al-Qaeda just spilled the beans with 22 tips to avoid drones. Al-Qaeda left behind a document in Timbuktu that includes 22 tips on how to evade drone strikes. Tips such as “hide under thick trees” are included. If tips such as these have worked for al-Qaeda they may very well work for private citizens when the drones start flying overhead.

You can read more here including all 22 tips:
In Document Left Behind By Al-Qaida, 22 Tips To Avoid Drones Strikes

More on Drones:
Government plans for drastic expansion of domestic mini-drones

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