"Dame dame dame, que te voy a dar ... una guayabita de mi guayabal."


More reasons to be paranoid

British police use remote-controlled drone to spy on crowd at music festival - the first time the
technology has been used at a major public event. Bristling with sensors, cameras and even
infra-red night vision the 70cm-wide flying robot was used by police to keep an eye on suspicious-
looking revellers at this year's music festival. The battery-operated drone's rotors are so quiet that it
cannot beheard from the ground once it is 50 metres up in the air. The drone, which has been
dubbed "The Spy In The Sky", was used to gather intelligence on individuals and to monitor the
car parks at Weston Park to catch people breaking into vehicles.
Link (with cool photo)

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