Employment Law

How to Control Vendors in the Age of HR Outsourcing

, The Legal Intelligencer


The Brookings Institution recently published a study on drones — the flying computers used to conduct surveillance and arm-chair warfare, so that pilots are never put at risk. Of increasing concern, according to the study, is the possibility of drones "going rogue," either through mishandled technology or retasking by enemies. The prospect of "drones gone wild" and potentially wreaking havoc on U.S. soil suggests that "low-cost," remotely piloted alternatives may be risky.

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