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Baltimore to use police surveillance planes in controversial pilot program

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Baltimore will soon begin a pilot program using private surveillance planes to help solve and deter violent crime. Other cities are also considering using the planes. Advocates say this “eye in the sky” program could be the future of law enforcement, while privacy experts say there are serious concerns.