Sep 162013
 September 16, 2013  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Will Weissert of AP reports:

A hobbyist using a remote-control airplane mounted with a digital camera just happened to capture images last year of a Dallas creek running red with pig’s blood. It led to a nearby meatpacking plant being fined for illegal dumping and two of its leaders being indicted on water pollution charges.

Yet, a Texas law that took effect Sept. 1 tightened rules not on polluters but on taking such photographs, an effort to better protect private property from drone surveillance.

Read more on Lake Wylie Pilot.

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