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DJI follows up U.S. Army drone ban with new stealth mode

Weeks after the U.S. Army announced that it would discontinue use of DJI drones due to “cyber vulnerabilities,” DJI launched a new stealth mode. DJI this week announced the introduction of “local data mode,” which stops internet traffic to and from its flight control apps, in order to provide enhanced data privacy assurances for sensitive … Continue reading DJI follows up U.
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