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||Includes bibliographical references (pages 186-197) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
||Overview: Do drones promise protection or peril? / Margaret Steen -- Military use gives peaceful drones a bad reputation / Ben Acheson -- No-fly zone: How "drone" safety rules can also help protect privacy / John Villasenor -- Drone use takes off despite safety concerns, restrictions / Joan Lowry -- Safely adding drones to U.S. airspace is a formidable challenge / U.S. Department of Transportation Office of Inspector General -- Overview: The global proliferation of military drones / Patrick Tucker -- Military drones help keep American troops safe / Keith C. Burris -- U.S. drone strikes: Beneficial to U.S. security / Aaron Badway and Cloe Bilodeau -- Military drones reduce civilian casualties / Michael W. Lewis -- Military drones can help protect human rights / Kristin Bergtora Sandvik and Kjersti Lohne -- Military drone use makes war more likely / Lauren McCauley -- Military drone strikes violate human rights / Deborah Dupre -- America's foreign drone strike program lacks transparency / Matthew Spurlock -- The dangerous seduction of drones / Medea Bejamin -- Overview: Drones over America - public safety benefit or "creepy" privacy threat? / Anna Mulrine -- Drones are essential tools for modern law enforcement / Eli Richman -- Drones can help improve public safety / Colin Wood -- Drones are vital for U.S. border security / Perla Trevizo -- Law enforcement drones pose multiple dangers / Glenn Greenwald -- Law enforcement drones spur public backlash / Nadia Prupis -- Drones are ineffective for border patrol / Brian Bennett -- Demand for domestic drones fuels the military-industrial complex / Tom Barry -- Commercial drones have endless potential / Rachel Janik and Mitchell Armentrout -- Commercial drone use will benefit the U.S. economy / Darryl Jenkins and Bijan Vasigh -- Commercial drone rules should be less restrictive / Troy A. Rule -- Banning commercial drones is not the answer / Vivek Wadhwa -- Commercial drones could threaten national security / Michael McCaul -- Weaponized hobby drones are inevitable / Patrick Hruby -- Commercial drones must be thoroughly regulated / Arthur Holland Michel.
||Explores a variety of issues related to drones, including national security, commercial uses, and civilian casualties in military use.