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Whatever the outcome, it's clear drones will forever change the Old Dominion and other jurisdictions nationwide.
"Drones may soon be over your house taking down criminals, and your right to privacy right along with them," says Fox News Channel host and USA Today columnist Bob Beckel. The unmanned aircraft will also be able to listen in on cell phone messages, hack text messages and take pictures of license plates while they track fleeing criminals, he says.
Virginia Tech is among the places that are allowed to fly drones.
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The civilian market for military drones appears to be taking off.
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