John Riberio reports:
A Federal Aviation Administration reauthorization bill that was passed by the Senate on Wednesday excludes key privacy provisions, including a requirement that commercial and government users of drones disclose whether they collect personally identifiable information.
The bill, which is a compromise short-term extension to ensure continued funding at current levels to the FAA, next goes to President Obama to be signed into law, two days before the current authorization is to expire. It was earlier passed by the House of Representatives.
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