The Power Behind the Drone

TitleThe Power Behind the Drone
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsConnolly, P, Althaus, RA, Brinkman, A, Jones, C, Skipper, RB
Corporate AuthorsAssociation for Practical and Professional Ethics,
Date Published01/2013
PublisherAssociation for Practical and Professional Ethics
KeywordsCOMPUTER science , Emerging Technologies , ENGINEERING , Law , Privacy and Surveillance , public safety , software engineering
AbstractThe potential benefits of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, used in civilian life are countless. Drones can perform many functions that save time, money, and lives. However, other uses of drones are more questionable. Drones can make crimes easier to commit, and can easily invade a person's privacy. Some states and municipalities have banned them, even before they have been detected in the area.
Notes© Peggy Connolly, Ruth Ann Althaus, Anthony Brinkman, Robert Boyd Skipper 2013 Case from the 2014 Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl, Association for Practical and Professional Ethics http://appe.indiana.edu/ethics-bowl/ethics-bowl/
URLhttp://ethics.iit.edu/EEL/The%20power%20behind.pdf
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