Saturday, April 4, 2015

Drone intrusion fears are all relative

People in safe secure Western nations fear surveillance as an infringement of their rights.  Basically, no one wants to be caught picking their nose on camera.

Now imagine you are in a country like Kenya, where roving bands of murderers infiltrate into the middle of safe areas and attack unarmed people at random.

Would drone surveillance that protects people, that warns police that murderers are attacking, be too much government oversight?  How intrusive is safety?

We have the luxury of worrying over small things. The fear of rights infringement is a small worry when your life is in danger.