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3 years agoTechnology : TechCrunch

Your phone is probably spying on you. Facebook, despite its grudging concessions, still wants you to make your life as public as possible. "Eye in the sky" drones are already watching over borders; next, they'll patrol the Olympics; and it won't be long before police drones are omnipresent in the skies over every major city, and then every minor city. Welcome to the 21st century.
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