Law360, New York (October 5, 2016, 12:16 PM EDT) -- Joshua Briones
Natalie Prescott Imagine, on a peaceful evening after a stressful workday, you are finally relaxing in the comfort of your home. Low humming suddenly interrupts your quiet moment. You look up and realize that you are no longer alone in the privacy of your home: Peeping through your window is a high-tech, stylish drone with small red-camera lights for eyes. Too close to home, too close for comfort. As one Massachusetts woman will tell you, this is not an imaginary scenario, and drones are invading someone’s privacy on almost a daily basis, with little to deter them....
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