It doesn’t seem that long ago that drones were regarded as being incredibly high-tech, and prohibitively expensive. That’s no longer the case. Hobbyists race drones against one another through obstacle courses, companies are developing drone delivery services, we’re using them to collect geographical data. Yesterday’s shiny new gadget is today’s affordable toy. Drones are the sort of technology that we

talk about “falling into the wrong hands,” and that is exactly what FBI Direct Christopher Wray is warning Congress. “I think we do know that terrorist organizations have an interest in using drones,” Wray testified in a hearing for the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee. “We’ve seen that overseas already with growing frequency. I think the expectation is that it’s coming here imminently. I think they are relatively easy to acquire, relatively easy to operate, and quite difficult to disrupt and monitor,” Wray added. READ MORE