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What Rand Paul and Drones Have To Do with Juliette Kayyem

Gubernatorial candidate Juliette Kayyem has run into some trouble with Massachusetts Democrats over what some characterize as hawkish views on the use of tough measures […]

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It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s a Drone-Making Workshop Landing in Boston

A drone-making workshop lands in Boston.

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Homeland Security Expert: Threats of Sochi Olympics Terrorist Activity Are Credible

As the Winter Olympics kick off in Sochi, Russia, intelligence officials from around the world have been collaborating to ensure that serious threats to the […]

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Massachusetts Officials Want to Regulate Drone Use

State Senator Bob Hedlund isn’t always up to date with the latest gadgets—he doesn’t even have an E-Z Pass to scoot him through state tolls. […]

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Senator Ed Markey Wants Guidelines In Place Before Amazon Starts Shipping Packages Via Drones

Not so fast, package-delivering Amazon drones. Before any robots take to the skies to ship customers their goods in record time, State Senator Ed Markey […]

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Malala Yousafzai Was Honored By the John F. Kennedy Library

She has shocked The Daily Show host John Stewart, told the President of the United States that drones were “fueling terrorism,” and was almost the recipient […]

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The Globe Editorializes Against (But Also Owns) Drones

Updated at 1:21 p.m.: A drone was spotted flying around the old Filene’s site in Downtown Crossing recently (see it below) and The Boston Globe‘s editorial […]

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Police Are Learning About the Pros and Cons of the Latest Developments In Technology

As technology advances, so does its use by law enforcement officials when responding to police calls, or dealing with certain crimes. For the first-time ever […]

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Citizens Disconnect: Your One Stop Shop for Graffiti Art Criticism

With the Citizens Connect app and website, Boston allows its residents to take a picture of a problem, send it to the city along with their precise location, […]

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How About Actual National Security Debate?

There’s been a lot of talk lately about US Senate candidates Gabriel Gomez and Ed Markey fighting over national security policy—but that’s not really been […]