Mar 252015
 March 25, 2015  Posted by  Laws

Kevin Miller reports:

Lawmakers heard contrasting narratives Tuesday about whether the state needs to strengthen its privacy laws as unmanned aerial drones equipped with cameras become more common in the skies over Maine.

In the two years since the Legislature last debated the issue, drones have become more advanced and less expensive. While the Federal Aviation Administration is finalizing new regulations for commercial use of drones, some Maine lawmakers are pushing for action at the state level to head off what they say are privacy and constitutional concerns.

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