Supplementing its popular $300 AR Drone, Parrot, Inc. just introduced its new, fixed-wing eBee drove, capable of aerial photography and digitally-stabilized video, and 3D mapping. With removable wings, the eBee can be broken down in minutes and stored in a case the size of a normal suitcase. It can be hand-launched from anywhere, does not require a runway, and is fully autonomous: http://www.engadget.com/2013/01/12/parrots-ebee-drone-eyes-on/ http://www.latimes.com/business/technology/la-fi-tn-ces-parrot-drone-ebee-20130108,0,6235081.story So... question: What do we do when there really is no privacy left? Now not only can the government send a drone to spy on our every move, but our neighbors can, too. A vengeful ex, a private investigator, a snooping reporter, a group of kids, the neighborhood busybody, the neighborhood creepy weirdo - now anybody with a couple hundred bucks to rub together can have their own drone and use it to spy on whoever they like. We've already gotten used to the idea of ubiquitous, internet-connected, high-definition cameras in everybody's pockets (the ones in their cell phones), which can capture anything we do in public and broadcast it to the world within minutes of our doing it. Now here's another level of that. How do we act in society when surveillance - public and private - is literally everywhere?