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Podcast S9E40 – Body Cams, Drones, The Future of Location Privacy

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Podcast S9E40 – Body Cams, Drones, The Future of Location Privacy

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This week Mike and Rob discuss whether or not police body cam footage should be public record, who should (and shouldn't) be allowed to fly drones, and what the future of location privacy could look like in a world where your phone is tracked without a warrant.

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