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How public, like a frog
To tell your name the livelong day
To an admiring bog!

— Emily Dickinson


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A Customs & Border Protection (CBP) report, released in response to EFF’s Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the agency, shows CBP has considered adding weapons to its domestic Predator drones.

The report, titled “Concept of Operations for CBP’s Predator B Unmanned Aircraft System” and submitted to Congress on June 29, 2010 shows that, not only is the agency planning to sharply increase the number of Predator drones it flies and the amount of surveillance it conducts by 2016 (detailed further in a separate blog post), but it has considered equipping its Predators with “non-lethal weapons designed to immobilize” targets of interest. (p. 63).

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Customs & Border Protection Considered Weaponizing Drones

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'Last week, I found myself musing darkly, “Just wait till Ferguson’s cops get federally funded drones.” If you think paramilitary policing looks dystopian now, just wait till you see what's being cooked up in defense contractors' labs.'

Gene Healy | August 18, 2014 | Washington Examiner

'Government is necessary to preserve our freedom, it is an instrument through which we can exercise our freedom; yet by concentrating power in political hands, it is also a threat to freedom. Even though the men who wield this power initially be of good will and even though they be not corrupted by the power they exercise, the power will both attract and form men of a different stamp.'

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