Shawn is Projects Editor at the public records intelligence site MuckRock.com (@MuckRock)
Articles by Shawn Musgrave
Seven months after I filed a lawsuit against the NYPD, the court at last has recognized that the police have never given solid reasons for keeping drone records from the public.
The goal at the drone evaluation site is to impress public safety officials.
Naturally, the plan flirted with net guns.
Bob’s commitment to getting his money’s worth seems a fitting model for ATF.
FBI has a total of two pilots for its 17 drones… and they both work in the same office.
White House requires status report on drones and civil liberties within six months.
Six months ago, the FBI refused to release its plans to tackle privacy risks posed by drone surveillance. Now the agency claims it can’t track them down at all.
The Air Force "performed no analyses to justify the specified number of necessary training aircraft."
Customs and Border Protection's inspector general is now questioning the bureau's decade-long drone program.
The NYPD's transparency office has determined, in response to three separate MuckRock requests, that any documentation regarding the NYPD's drone research does not exist or is otherwise beyond reach.