Drone privacy bill fails second vote in North Dakota House

A bill that aimed to keep people from using drones to violate the privacy of others failed in the North Dakota House on Wednesday morning, Feb. 20. The bill passed the House on Tuesday.

House Bill 1493 from Rep. Luke Simons, R-Dickinson, sought to make it a Class B misdemeanor for anyone to intentionally violate another person’s privacy using unmanned aerial systems like drones …


The Dickinson (ND) Press | Feb. 20, 2019

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