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20/07/15
UK citizens believe video-equipped drones in the police force will do more good than harm, according to a study evaluating public opinion on surveillance and personal data breaches.

Despite security and surveillance concerns, most UK citizens surveyed believe video-equipped drones will have a positive impact and see them as a method of reducing anti-social behaviour (49 percent) and improving safety (26 percent), Unisys’ latest report on consumer opinions toward personal data and surveillance found.
Just 22 percent viewed drones [Drone] a physical danger to the public, and 40 percent feared they will compromise privacy if adopted in UK streets, indicative of the balancing act government and private firms need to manoeuvre to maintain trust within the UK.

The full article can be read in Tech world

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