Drones monitoring public spaces raise privacy concerns

Drones monitoring public spaces raise privacy concerns

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All over the world, public health and safety groups are turning to drones to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. Officials are using them to monitor spaces and enforce social distancing rules. A recent study found that in the U.S., nearly 1,600 agencies now have drones. Errol Barnett reports on the privacy concerns that come with using the technology.

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