As drones become smarter, smaller, and more affordable, they're quickly becoming an ubiquitous part of everyday life. The implications of such a development have yet to be seen, but it's clear that drones are quickly becoming the new face of our surveillance society.
Not only are police departments across the country beginning to invest in these machines, but civilian demand for drones is rapidly increasing as well. On the one hand it's good that average citizens can gain access to technology that was once the sole domain of the government, but on the other hand it's hard to imagine a world where anyone with a few hundred dollars can buy one of these mobile spy machines.
Fortunately, we are not alone. It appears that the animal kingdom is just as concerned about the future of privacy as we are, and they're starting to fight back. Recently, a drone captured footage of a marsupial who was not too keen on being spied on. She made sure that the drone operator would roo the day he tried to film her joeys.
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