The Dangers of Drone Warfare
Unique capabilities of aerial drones for (1) surveillance and (2) killing justify an international ban on weaponized drones on both military and police drone surveillance.
SECTION 1 – Drone surveillance
Drones have the power to intensively monitor and record human activity and communications to a degree not possible by other means.
SECTION 2 – Weaponized Drones
Unprecedented power to kill and traumatize with minimal or no consequence to the perpetrator.
SECTION 3 – Human Rights and International Law
Weaponized drones blur the line between military and civilian space, between a fair fight and summary execution, between peer confrontation and a royal hunt.