August 20, 2014 Non-U.S.
Martin MacMahon reports:
Laws and regulations for drones need to be updated, according to a civil liberties group.
Micheal Vonn with the BC Civil Liberties Association says existing laws aren’t adequate for protecting peoples’ privacy.
“Citizens are exempt from privacy legislation if they’re taking photographs for personal, journalistic, or artistic purposes,” she says. “What we hadn’t contemplated, of course, when we put that together, was the idea that that cameras might be flying up the 37th storey.”
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