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You would think they would have more to do than spy on people.
I hope they don't waste time for that; many crimes are committed with only hints who they are looking for, possibly even someone who's otherwise wanted,and surveillance of an area in which a suspect is known to frequent, the places he goes, and the hours he is known to keep, could result in catching a suspect or even a cooperative witness who can point out a perpetrator.
If it works to stop crime, it’s useful.
Just recall that privacy and human rights can be sacrificed to do that -- and when a case comes to trial, even result in dismissal of charges.
Hello everyone! I find this drone thing rather dubious.