Colorado town might let residents hunt drones, for a $25 fee
Posted 7/18/2013 11:41:00 AM

A tiny Colorado town is considering letting residents hunt federal drones, with shotguns, for a $25 fee

Maybe you hate drones. Really, really hate the idea that unmanned aerial surveillance vehicles might be flying over your town, watching you. You're not alone, and you probably have some reason to be concerned: Last year, Congress ordered the Federal Aviation Administration to open up more domestic airspace for drone use by 2015, and drone manufactures are predicting flush days ahead.

There are a few things you can do about this. First, you could (and probably should) write your congressional representatives to voice your concerns. You can write the president and the FAA, too. Or give money to the ACLU, or Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.). Another option is to invest in some anti-drone clothing to make you invisible to thermal aerial cameras. You could learn from al Qaeda's hard-won knowledge about how to avoid drones.


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Posted By: Producer Thomas  
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