Backyard Skinny-Dippers vs Dones

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    Do we have bi-partisan support on this?

    "Recent advances in technology mean we can no longer rely on fences or barriers around our homes to protect our privacy.
    This was certainly the case for Darwin resident Karli Hyatt, who on Tuesday explained to the ABC's Law Report how a drone invaded the security and privacy of her suburban backyard.
    Ms Hyatt had returned home last week from an evening gym session, undressed and jumped into her secluded backyard pool.



    She thought she was "skinny-dipping" in private. Within minutes, though, a small camera-mounted quadcopter drone was hovering close overhead.
    Ms Hyatt is certain it was watching her, although there was no operator to be seen.
    She describes the experience as initially shocking and has ongoing concerns about who might have been flying the drone and why.
    The result is an erosion of trust and cohesion in her neighbourhood, and a feeling of insecurity in her own home."

    It's "un-Australian" to spy on nuddie sheilas from the sky?

    (not overly political but the mood was getting dark)
 
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