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The US military has poured millions upon millions of dollars into squad-based tactical UAVs — the kind deployed by troops for close-range ASAP reconnaissance — over the past few years, developing the likes of the Puma AE and Black Hornet. But ST Kinetics has just unveiled a clever surveillance system that uses modified 40mm rounds — and it could do the job of those micro-UAVs at a fraction of the cost.
February is Black History Month, and that history is intimately linked with surveillance by the US government in the name of “national security”. Indeed, the history of surveillance in the African-American community plays an important role in the debate around spying today and in the calls for a congressional investigation into that surveillance.