Domestic Drone Use Calls For Privacy Protections, Sens. Say

Law360, New York (March 20, 2013, 6:29 PM EDT) -- Senate Judiciary Committee members on both sides of the aisle agreed Wednesday that privacy laws need to be updated to apply to the growing public and commercial use of domestic aerial drones, despite the industry's insistence that current voluntary best practices to curb unlawful data collection, retention and use are adequate.

During a committee hearing, Democratic and Republican lawmakers grilled experts from the public and private sector on whether current privacy laws could address their concerns about the impact that the government's upcoming expansion of drone...
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