Mar 252015
 
 March 25, 2015  Laws

Cy Ryan reports:

A bill to regulate the emerging drone industry and protect people’s privacy was endorsed today by law enforcement officials.

But at a meeting of the Assembly Judiciary Committee, those involved in the manufacture and development of the unmanned aerial vehicles said the bill would inhibit the growth of the industry in Nevada.

The bill by Assemblyman Elliot Anderson, D-Las Vegas, is aimed at preventing people from using drones to spy on their neighbors and to prevent stalking and trespassing.

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