Catherine Crump

American Civil Liberties Union

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Staff attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union's Speech, Privacy & Technology Project and a non-residential fellow with the Stanford Center for Internet and Society

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Unmanned drones include  Predators  and  Reapers  able to carry missiles and 500-pound bombs.

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The Obama Administration has made unmanned, remotely-controlled drones famous — or infamous -- for the targeted killings of enemies overseas.

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The Obama Administration has made unmanned, remotely-controlled drones famous — or infamous -- for the targeted killings of enemies overseas.

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