The Wall Street Journal reports on comments by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor concerning privacy and aerial drones (also known as “unmanned aerial vehicles” or “unmanned aircraft systems,” UAV or UAS). For more on drones and privacy, read this previous post. The Journal reports:
Americans should be more concerned about their privacy being invaded by the spread of drones, Justice Sonia Sotomayor told an Oklahoma City audience on Thursday.
Speaking before a group of faculty members and students at Oklahoma City University’s law school on Sept. 11, Justice Sotomayor said “frightening” changes in surveillance technology should encourage citizens to take a more active role in the privacy debate. She said she’s particularly troubled by the potential for commercial and government drones to compromise personal privacy.