Tag Archives: Privacy

Proposed drone ordinance still up in the air

Last Tuesday afternoon, Rio Rancho’s governing body proposed adding a drone ordinance to several existing city ordinances in the hopes of suppressing anyone using the flying machines as a weapon and harassment device. This issue comes up as a result … Continue reading

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Eyes in the sky: Law enforcement drone use sparks privacy concerns

Law enforcement is increasingly using unmanned aerial systems, or drones, to search for missing people and in criminal investigations, but with new technology comes new concerns over privacy and Fourth Amendment rights. The Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office has been using … Continue reading

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Maine State Police use drones to investigate crash sites

Police say it’s ‘a new way to take photos’ that’s much faster, while the ACLU says it wants to make sure police are following a relatively new state law governing drone use by police agencies … Maine State Police use … Continue reading

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5 things to think about as the LAPD plans to launch a drone

The LAPD plans to deploy a drone over the skies of Los Angeles, and it’s holding a series of community meetings Wednesday to gather public input. A list of the meetings is below. But first, here are five things to … Continue reading

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