Feb 182015
 February 18, 2015  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S.

Business Australia reports:

Australia’s Privacy Commissioner Timothy Piglrim says the Privacy Act in its current form “does not cover” the actions of individuals using drones.

The increasing popularity of drones with private users in Australia has led to growing concerns around the regulation and enforcement of privacy.

Manufacturers in the United States recently established an initiative, NoFlyZone, which allows the public to set up and register restricted airspace above their homes.

In Australia, there is no such program in place and the laws surrounding drone operations in Australia only cover private sector organisations and government agencies.

Read more on Business Insider Australia.

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