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Dronebusters: Turning Spy Drones into Barney Fife

Written by Gary North on May 1, 2013

An Oregon company says that it has developed a new technology which will prevent drones from “completing their mission.” It will not say how this technology does this. It does not say what it will cost. But it claims that commercial units will be affordable for private homes.

The company has applied for a patent. This may take a while.

Whether local governments will place restrictions on its use, the way some states have made using car-based radar speed trap detectors illegal, also is yet to be seen.

The important thing is that the company says the technology exists. If it exists, then other technologies will follow. There will probably be cheap Chinese knock-offs.

The creativity of the free market works against the government. So does the basic incompetence of the government.

A company representative says: “We’re not going to be countering Predator drones that are shooting cruise missiles, but we’re talking about local law enforcement drones and commercial ones that people might be using for spying.”

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13 thoughts on “Dronebusters: Turning Spy Drones into Barney Fife

  1. i am all for fighting the predator drones as well…

  2. Cliffystones says:

    Put me on that waiting list!

  3. Breeze says:

    YES! I have been hoping someone could do this. I want one that crashes them into the ground.

  4. Seymour Kleerly says:

    Sounds like the anti-Police "Fuzz Buster" that allowed people to speed with impunity!

  5. far better to keep it to the underground and make it available, open source…

  6. Years ago I thought these drones were a cool thing, but now I know that anyone can use them for agression, murder and improper spying infurates me especially when our own government leftist want to use it agains the conservatives. Not good karma for the drones nor the left.

  7. exghetto nurse says:

    Drones will not be used to follow Thugell selling his crack, or Felonisha stealing a seniors handbag, or Carlos as he guides more illegals over the Rio Grande. Probably Mennonites who sell whole milk, Christians going to Bible study, and Jews attending Synagoge.

  8. Yes! Only in this case, people will be able to enjoy privacy in their own home with impunity.

  9. Edbud1 says:

    Yep. Crash right into your house and hit your kid in the head. How stupid. How about lets keep them out of our skies in the first place or crash them into the pig station.

  10. Seymour Kleerly says:

    If the gov. is using them against the citizenry then you're correct. I think (hopefully not naively) they'll be used for our protection.

  11. Dean in MT says:

    Dream on, Sir…

  12. Seymour Kleerly says:

    I'll stop dreaming if you stop listening to Right Wing Propaganda.

  13. That company had better move out of the US and make their product–whatever it is. But US states and the Citizens' Militia need to get the technology and learn to use it, so when the Fascist gummint starts to use them on the people, we'll be able to counter them until we can knock out their command and control.