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House endorses privacy legislation aimed at drones

North Dakota’s House has endorsed a measure that would impose penalties for using drones to invade someone’s privacy. Representatives approved the bill 49-44 on Tuesday. The bill makes it illegal to use an “unmanned aerial vehicle system” to spy on … Continue reading

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Missouri prisons and jails are one step closer to becoming no-drone zones

The Missouri House on Monday gave first-round approval to legislation that would ground drones near state correctional facilities. Department of Corrections officials have raised concerns about potential aerial contraband drops after several drone sightings near state prisons in recent years. … Continue reading

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You’ll Have to Mark Your Drone With an ID Under Anti-Terror Rule

Responding to concerns from law enforcement and security agencies about the potential for concealed explosives, the U.S. government is ordering all civilian drones to add external markings so the owner can be more easily identified. The regulation, which was posted … Continue reading

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Missouri prisons would become no-drone zones amid worries of aerial contraband drops

Pilots flying drones too close to a state prison could end up in state prison if one Missouri Republican’s proposed legislation were signed into law. State Sen. Denny Hoskins’ bill would create the crime of “unlawful use of unmanned aircraft … Continue reading

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