There's been a lot of criticism coming out about the U.S. drone program lately, both from privacy advocates as well as lawmakers. But states aren't letting ethics get in the way of their economic ambitions. Last month the Federal Aviation Administration put out a call for drone test sites. The plan is to try to understand how these UAV's interact with and share the airspace with commercial vehicles. Some 50 bids from 37 states responded to that call, offering all types of incentives to win one of the locations for the 12 proposed test sites. The advantages are obvious: money, employment and bragging rights. But is the potential for profit overruling the need for privacy?