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First amendment column: Use of drones raises privacy concerns

6:30 PM, Feb. 19, 2013
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Much attention has been focused in recent days on the Obama administration's semi-secret "drone" program and on reports of covert surveillance and lethal attacks on terrorist targets in the Middle East and elsewhere.

The use of such deadly force through the use of remotely piloted aircraft by the U.S. military certainly deserves scrutiny - as does the news media's role in keeping citizens up to date on such overseas programs, secret or not.

But First Amendment and related privacy issues back home in the United States also are raised by the rapid growth and future use of the use of such drones by ...

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