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  • Delhi plans to use drones to police streets
  • Delhi plans to use drones to police streets
    Dkroetsch (2014) ©
SIGNAL

Delhi plans to use drones to police streets

Following a high profile accusation that an Uber driver raped a woman in Delhi, the city's police plans to launch an ambitious drone-based surveillance project in 2015. While drones with night vision cameras might improve safety, will residents have privacy concerns?

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