Here’s an interesting article about [mks_highlight color=”#ffff00″]how to hide from surveillance drones[/mks_highlight]. In case, you’re wondering why this might be useful information, just think of the Department of Homeland Security drone that monitored BLM protesters or the Draganfly drone that measured people’s temperatures and looked for other Coronavirus symptoms.
How do you hide from surveillance drones?
Martin LaMonica writes for The Conversation that:
…it’s time to think about how many eyes are in the sky and how to avoid unwanted aerial surveillance. One way that’s within reach of nearly everyone is learning how to simply disappear from view.
- The first thing you can do to hide from a drone is to take advantage of the natural and built environment. Trees, walls, alcoves and[mks_highlight color=”#ffff00″]tunnels[/mks_highlight] are more reliable than the weather, and they offer shelter from the high-flying drones used by the Department of Homeland Security.
- The second thing you can do is minimize your [mks_highlight color=”#ffff00″]digital footprints[/mks_highlight].
- The third thing you can do is confuse a drone. Placing mirrors on the ground, standing over broken glass, and wearing [mks_highlight color=”#ffff00″]elaborate headgear[/mks_highlight], machine-readable blankets or sensor-jamming jackets can break up and distort the image a drone sees.
- The fourth, and most practical, thing you can do to protect yourself from drone surveillance is to get a [mks_highlight color=”#ffff00″]disguise[/mks_highlight].
- These innovations are alluring, but[mks_highlight color=”#ffff00″]umbrellas[/mks_highlight] may prove to be the most ubiquitous and robust tactic in this list.
You can read the entire article about how to hide from surveillance drones here.
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