I have noticed that everyone that has expressed deep concern to me about drone spying seems to have little to not a care in the world about digital mass surveillance. Based on this correlation, I wonder if, amusingly, this list may be a great way to identify easy targets for digital identity theft.
Seriously though, when I think of the resulting abuses from the do-not-call registry idea, where for a nominal fee, marketers could get a full list of these active, valued phone numbers, I can't help thinking of the abuses. What does this group of people have in common, and can that be leveraged with political messaging in support of a particular state or federal party?
I'm not going to speculate on how many people will refer to the registry while logging their drone's flight plan with the FAA.