Mar 222013
 March 22, 2013  Posted by  Laws

Jason Koebler reports on law enforcement’s perspective over drone privacy issues and public reaction:

Stephen Ingley, executive director of the Airborne Law Enforcement Association, argues that drones don’t have any advanced spying capabilities, that the drones police officers are most interested in can only fly for 15 minutes at a time, and that they are unfeasible options for so-called “persistent surveillance.”

But that hasn’t stopped more than 30 states from considering legislation restricting drone use.

“This legislation happened so fast, with such a devastating blow that it took us all aback,” he says.

Read more on U.S. News & World Report.

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