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HyLenz
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ACLU quote from the article: "These provisions give the government virtually carte blanche to surveil, seize or even shoot a drone out of the sky -- whether owned by journalists or commercial entities -- with no oversight or due process,"

https://a.msn.com/r/2/BBNVjnb?m=en-us&ocid=News


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HedgeTrimmer
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The issue: The bill says that when a "credible threat" is posed by a drone to a  "covered facility or asset," the federal government can "disrupt  control" of that device, "seize or exercise control" of it, confiscate  it or "use reasonable force, if necessary, to disable, damage or destroy  the unmanned aircraft system."


The problem: In the bill, "credible threat" is left  undefined.

Similar to "probable cause", "No knock" search warrants, and Paramilitary LEOs busting in at 6:00am.  They decide, leaving you to prove your innocence.

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