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Vacp:

I live in both sides of a half double turned into one larger home.

My next door neighbor's home is 3-4 feet away from my home. If I look out the windows on the side of the house... I see their windows, the inside of their home. That is called living in a city.

When you walk across the side walk in front of any home and the windows/doors are open, you can often hear what is going on inside the home.

If you the home owner leave the window and shades open in your home, and walk around naked... it is as good as walking outside. You can be arrested, charged with indecent exposure for exposing your nudity to the public. (this only applies for windows which one can see inside of from the sidewalk or neighbors yard.) This too is living in a city.

You do not want to know about parking 4 cars (mothers/fathers/sisers and mine) during the snow ban. Every winter, you are banned from parking on one side of the street so that the city can pile the snow on that side. The side it is on changes every 2-3 years.

Violations of the ban result in tickets ranging from 25 to 100 USD. We have never been ticketed for this violation.

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LOL@Robert they can't fly drones here, no agency can disturb raptors nests. Fish and Wildlife could arrest the agents from the other agencies. I hope they try it, it could be interesting to see them fighting among themselves.

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Robert, You must live in a sub-division. I expect my privacy to be respected on all of my property. I can go to the middle and no one can hear or smell nothing. I don't need drones flying over me and neither does anyone else.Enough is enough.

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Norc:

" My attitude is that it should be allowed but only when strictly limited, controlled, and allowed by specific case via judge issued warrant, to protect the privacy of every individual citizen. The rights of the individual to not be under scrutiny 24/7 supercede all collective/socialist gain from our government stripping us of all rights of personal privacy."

1) Your rights for privacy end at the front door of your home and when you open a window and allow the noise, smells or actions in front of the window to be seen, smelt or heard.

2) 1) can be done at any time by any officer of the law without a warrant. It is called the smells, noises or your actions witnessed in front of the window were made available for the public.

The officer still cannot enter your home until he/she obtains a warrant, but they can use the smell, sound or action as grounds for the warrant and in some rare cases, the police may enter your home without a warrant... such as a scream for help or the scent of smoke.

The legal grounds on what they can and cannot use against you in those rare cases is typically up for the courts to decide.

The case of small government banning the use of drones within a state is anyone's guess.... But if Texas bans the use of spy drones, then there goes boarder security as drones are currently used to watch the boarder.

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Vac Texas is almost there with their new law and more than a dozen other states are close behind. The concept of the government having the right to look in on us 24/7 as they wish will be a slam dunk as unconstitutional when it reaches the SCOTUS.

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Robert I know some fools that think my second amendment rights should pass a needs test along the lines of what they think I need too. I would remind you that there are no provisions for needs tests involved in any of our constitutional rights. Does the 4th amendment fail to register in your line of thought??? Basically, Big Brother on Roids has arrived. My attitude is that it should be allowed but only when strictly limited, controlled, and allowed by specific case via judge issued warrant, to protect the privacy of every individual citizen. The rights of the individual to not be under scrutiny 24/7 supercede all collective/socialist gain from our government stripping us of all rights of personal privacy.

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Virginia just passed a bill that no drones can be used by any state or local government agencies

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"What does everyone thinK???"

1) Not a bad idea so long as it is governed by the same rules and laws that the police are governed by.

2) Given the stated uses of public safety or disaster, I am not overly concerned.

3) Only a fool would think that drones wouldn't be used in the US, that such technology wouldn't be applied to local law enforcement and or internal watch dogs.

So long as anything that they record is done so in accordance with the law, it is no different than the police watching you and recording your actions.

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What does everyone thinK?????

infowars. com/dhs-advances-plan-for-public-safety-drones/

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