Crossing a Line: How the use of drones to secure borders threatens everyone’s rights

A new report published by Drone Wars UK investigates the increasing use of military-style drones by governments to patrol state borders. The study, which examines the use of drones at the borders of the UK, EU, US, Russia, China, Australia and elsewhere, concludes that drones are contributing to the militarisation of everyday borders as part of an integrated set of security technologies –including satellites, sensors and smart walls –which pose significant challenges to personal privacy and civil liberties.

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AuthorDrone Wars UK
Media typeReport
Topics Border and Surveillance Technology & Industry
Regions All Regions

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