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Predator B drones to be equipped to intercept cell phone signals
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New Homeland Security Drones Can Target Citizens With Guns & Track Cellphone Signal

According to the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and CNET, new documents have been obtained showing the drone requirements for Homeland Security's new Predator B fleet.

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Drone seen hovering near JFK Airport runway Monday
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Guess What Drones Might Be Used for Next? Have You Seen This Dog?

According to an ABC News report,  drones might be used for a myriad of tasks and some might seem bizarre.

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Seattle cancels drone program
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No Drones Over Seattle – City Cancels Program and Returns Unit to Supplier!

Citing a backlash from the community and questions over privacy, Seattle has scrubbed its surveillance program.

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Homeland Security Developing Underwater Drones Shaped Like Fish & Beetles!

Some remarkable drones are being developed and actively tested.

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A drone like this one was shot down by Pennsylvania hunters
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Pennsylvania Hunters Shoot Down Drone Used By Animal Rights Activists

Hunters, 1; animal rights activists, 0. 

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New drone weapons can 'fry' computers by the dozen
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Can Drones Fry Computers With Microwave Blasts? Yup!

Technological warfare has been taken up a notch.

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Controversial Bumper Stickers Might Make Feds Think You’re a Threat

According to a newly-leaked federal report, controversial bumper stickers may put you in a group of people the feds think is "dangerous" -- maybe even a domestic terrorist.

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Drone being tested by military
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Ogden Police Want Blimp for Surveillance – FAA Says No for Now

Saying they need it to monitor "suspicious activity," the Ogden Police want a blimp.

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Drone technology being used by drug cartels?
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Mexican Drug Cartels Using Drones To Scout Border Crossings?

Drones have become almost an everyday part of life now (not the kind Mark Levin speaks of - the robotic flying kind!) - and that includes use by the "bad" guys.

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US Citizens Considered ‘Targets’ If They Embrace Terrorism Overseas

In a startling move that angered some activist groups, The Obama Administration's lawyers confirmed that if US Citizens embrace terrorism or it's activities against the US, they will be considered 'targets'

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