Drones: unrealised potential or destroying our privacy?

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Drones: unrealised potential or destroying our privacy?
16th October 2014

Drones has fast been moving from military technology to a must-have on the high street. 

As retailers make drones widely available, concerns over privacy are on the up. Capable of producing stunning HD imagery for an affordable price, these unmanned vehicles have huge, unrealised potential. While much of this may be remarkably positive - same day delivery, anyone? - drones are 'eyes in the sky', hard to regulate which could easily compromise an individuals privacy. 

The panel from Not The One Show discuss the issue. Tonight the panel were: editor of Jewish News, Richard Ferrer, broadcaster Gavin Inskip and comedian Jacob Edwards.


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