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A Japanese fishing boat lost in the Pacific Ocean after the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami was sighted this week drifting 150 nautical miles off the southern coast of Haida Gwaii — the Queen Charlotte Islands in British Columbia by the crew of an aircraft on a routine surveillance patrol.

Scores and bonuses for destroying CCTV cameras – that's what you get if you play a new 'reality-game' in Germany. The 'Camover' movement is spreading across the country, despite the fact that there's no real prize.

Using a camera attached to a drone that he purchased, Tomas van Houtryve photographs locations and gatherings in the United States that reference American drone use - both domestically and abroad - to reflect on privacy, surveillance, and contemporary warfare.