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Will Berkeley Become A Drone-Free Zone?

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Friday, December 28, 2012 at 10:13 AM

From the vanguard of the revolution, reports Forbes, comes this very important effort to prevent our robot overlords from spying on us: The city of Berkeley, Calif., this week took the first steps toward a ban on drones as the autonomous aircraft deployed in the war on terrorism are being embraced for local law enforcement. . . .
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Air Force General Counsel Charles Blanchard on His New Blog

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Friday, November 9, 2012 at 6:10 PM

Yesterday, I linked to this new blog—called the Air Force General Counsel Blog. I asked Air Force General Counsel Charles Blanchard about the project. He responded: Our hopes for the blog are modest.  Our target audience will be the over 2000 Air Force lawyers worldwide, but we obviously hope to have content that will be of interest . . .
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