Thomson, IL (PRWEB) February 12, 2013
With the manhunt for former Los Angeles police officer Chris Dorner heating up and “crippling” the LAPD, the ethical question of the use of surveillance drones is a growing topic of discussion. Off The Grid News recently released an informative report which details the numerous monitoring devices available to monitor the American public, including the use of surveillance and possible armed drones.
A United Kingdom paper called the Sunday Express became the talk of Twitter after publishing in an article, “Dorner has become the first human target for remotely-controlled airborne drones on US soil.”
The use of police drones in the search for Dorner has raised such controversy on several levels. It has raised questions of where and when police should and should not be allowed to petition the use of surveillance drones. Also among the questions being raised is a question of how intrusive drones could become on personal freedoms and the possible creation of a police surveillance state.
This recent report, “Surveillance Nation,” takes an inside look into how the many surveillance devices, both in use and the devices being designed, could impede on individual freedoms. The report details why the writer feels as though American’s fourth amendment rights could be jeopardized by simply using the internet.
This gripping report encourages readers to step up and become more educated on their individual freedoms, the types of surveillance equipment coming out, and the implications. CNN’s Erin Burnett posed the following question to Congressman Mike Rogers: “Is this a case where you would think sometime soon that we would use drones against American citizens, a case like this where he is trying to kill people?”
“Here at Off The Grid News, we are not in the business of predicting the future, but merely helping people prepare themselves for the future. This current case with the ex-LAPD officer Chris Dorner is an example of people waking up and questioning what direction drones will take in our near future. This report is something we published to help educate readers and help readers discover how they can prepare themselves for an uncertain future,” says Bill Heid, founder of Off The Grid News.
To access Off The Grid News’ complimentary report titled, “Surveillance Nation” go to…http://www.SurveillanceNationReport.com.