Unmanned drones are revolutionizing modern warfare. The aircraft have flown countless missions in countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan and Yemen. By 2020 there may be as many as 30,000 surveillance drones flying in the US, but critics argue that drones are an invasion of privacy. So who stands to benefit from the mass production of the craft? Amie Stepanovich, associate litigation counsel for EPIC, joins us to help answer this question.