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 May 21, 2016  Govt, Surveillance

Stephanie Condon reports:

After working for the past year with consumer privacy advocates, inudstry groups and companies like Amazon, a U.S. federal agency has finally released a set of drone privacy guidelines.

The guidelines, from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), focus on protecting personally identifiable information but leave plenty of room for big data collection. The NTIA guidelines are currently completely voluntary, but they do represent the first step in creating federal drone privacy standards.

Read more on ZDNet.

See also Covington & Burling Inside Privacy for their summary of the guidelines.

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