Feb 122014
 
 February 12, 2014  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Jannay Towne reports:

 In a unanimous vote Wednesday, the House Public Safety Committee passed a bill that would place restrictions on the use of drone cameras.

“Just don’t be recording.  Don’t go over someone else’s property and record.  These are common sense Iowa values I think we’re just applying to new technology,” says Rep. Jarad Klein, (R) House District 78.

House File 427 would require state agencies, individuals and even police to get permission before recording their flights.

“If they’re going to use them for investigation, and they’re going to be any kind of recording, they need to have a search warrant,” says Klein.

Read more on WHO-TV.

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