Anti-drone devices for sale: military contractor claims to have counter-UAV technologyRT USA
Mar. 18, 2013
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Domestic drones will soon be soaring through the sky left and right, but a company in Oregon with ties to the US military is marketing a service that they say will make sure private property is safe from surveillance.
The team at one-month-old Domestic Drone Countermeasures doesnít go into many specifics, but says they can offer services that will make sure Americans arenít being spied on by hovering eyes in the sky.