FAA To Ease Rules For Police Unmanned Drones
Posted in the American Canyon Forum
#1 May 15, 2012
FAA To Ease Rules For Police Agencies To Fly Unmanned Drones
Federal officials already utilize drones to patrol a 1,200-mile wide swath of land east of San Diego near the southeast California border.
But the recent expansion of drones and other unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) above American cities has raised privacy concerns among some who believe the technology could be used for surveillance on U.S. citizens without their knowledge.
President Obama set a deadline in February for the FAA to draft legislation by May 14 that would determine how it will regulate the use of lightweight drones by police and other public safety agencies.
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