What happens to privacy when drones rule the sky? Small, quiet, and sneaky, these flying whistleblowers are multiplying daily, purchased by people whose limited perspectives are instantly magnified. Human anatomy restricts access to much of the world, but drones have improved this pathetic existential position. Skies, oceans, forests, from the tops of skyscrapers to the depths of caves, it’s all there for the vicarious taking. With most avenues of discovery open, and more than enough eager eyes to stray off the legal and ethical paths, people can find things that are meant to be hidden. It’s not surprising, then, that when a person looks where they’re not supposed to, they may see something they wished they hadn’t.