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Legislation Introduced in House and Senate to Establish Drone Privacy Rules

By Stephen Kiehl Continuing their focus on drone privacy issues, Senator Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) and Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.) introduced legislation in the House and Senate this month that would require drone operators to create policies covering data collection and retention and require warrants for law enforcement agencies to conduct surveillance by drone. The … Continue Reading

Federal Aviation Administration Finalizes Small Unmanned Aircraft Rule

By Jack Schenendorf, Brian Smith, and Hannah Lepow Tuesday, the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) finalized its long-awaited rule on the commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (“UAS” or “drones”).  The rule comes a month after the National Telecommunications and Information Administration multistakeholder group reached consensus on best practices for drone privacy.  The FAA’s action … Continue Reading
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