Sen. Feinstein says, Drones Spied On Her

{}{} Now it's personal!{} In an interview with CBS's "60 minutes" that aired Sunday night,{} California Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein said a drone peeked into her home through a window while a protest was going on outside.{} It seems that intrusion has gotten Feinstein's attention and now, she's a believer on the need for regulation of unmanned aerial vehicles.{} In an article on the website, Andrea Drusch recounts Feinstein's comments to interviewer Morley Safer.

"I'm in my home and there's a demonstration out front, and I go to peek out the window and there's a drone facing me," she recalled.

"This is a whole new world now, and it has many complications," Feinstein said. "What is an appropriate law enforcement use for a drone? When do you have to have a warrant? When don't you have to have a warrant? What's the appropriate governmental use for a drone?"

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