Outside of the disciplines of scientific research, mapping and agricultural applications, drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have a sordid track record thanks to the assault on privacy because of the ambiguous definition of public airspace.
Currently, the Federal Aviation Administration is working to create a clear definition of the exact boundaries of airspace and privacy. In the wake of a legal circus the government agency started an aggressive drone registration program for users in 2015, along with a list of requirements. “My girlfriend’s neighbor across the street was simply “hovering” with UAV equipped with thermal imaging technology and an HD camera outside of her bedroom window, because there was no law to prevent the demented act,” says the oracle when predicting a future and typical complaint to the local police department.
However, in certain instances the savvy drone user can harness individual justice, while admonishing the label of the device enhancing egregious acts of perversion. According to the Dailymail.com, a man suspecting his wife of infidelity was apparently able to conduct covert UAV surveillance into cold-blooded proof that his marriage was spiraling down the decrepit drain. The belleageared husband posted the evidence on YouTube for the world to see and in possible vengeance for an unfaithful partner who had an obvious aversion to mentioning her unmentionables.
With the current trend towards the incredulous nature of fake news stories, especially in the aftermath of the election, the first axiom of the internet has to be implied when personally validating the authenticity of this story. Dreamers and innovators are allowed a moment of respite in brainstorming the possible commercial applications in developing the necessary synergy for drone and anti-cheating apps.
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