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A Code of Conduct, For Drones?

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Ritewing Zephyr II

Ritewing Zephyr II flies with a mounted camera in Berkeley, Calif.

Credit: Eric Risberg/AP

It's a bird. It's a plane. Actually, it's a drone. And now those unmanned aircraft, best known for being used by the U.S. to kill terrorism suspects overseas, have a new state-of-the-art feature: a code of conduct.

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