Original Via UAS Magazine:
As drone uses increase—ranging from hobbyist flights to law enforcement agencies conducting surveillance operations—legal questions related to privacy are also likely to increase.
What constitutes an unlawful search while observing criminal activity? How much of a right to privacy does someone have from a next-door neighbor’s drone? What happens to data collected by commercial unmanned aircraft operators?
Kevin Moon, an aviation attorney and senior counsel for the Clyde & Co law firm in the San Francisco area, says that the increased use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) will lead to increased privacy claims against government entities, private citizens and businesses.
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