Reuters reports on the debate around the use of surveillance tools during the protests taking place in the U.S. In Minneapolis, Minnesota, Customs and Border Patrol flew a drone over the city as protests commenced to help law enforcement as needed. Privacy advocates are concerned such tools will impact citizens' right to protest. “All the technology we have been warning about for a while are starting to come to fruition in these protests,” Electronic Frontier Foundation Senior Investigative Researcher Dave Maass said.
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