Truth Frequency Radio
Nov 09, 2013


The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is still battling in federal court over releasing information that would show where it is flying drones in the United States.

In a civil case first filed in 2012, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has been trying to get DHS to reveal areas under surveillance by unmanned aerial vehicles.

EFF won a partial victory when the presiding judge ordered the agency to turn over three years of “daily reports” revealing that it had arranged more than 500 drone flights for various law enforcement organizations.

But DHS redacted portions of the documents it released, claiming it could not divulge more without compromising the effectiveness of drone operations.

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