Drones Come Home, Privacy Concerns Fly High

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Ben Miller, Unmanned Aircraft Program Manager, Mesa County Sheriff's Office
Ryan Calo, assistant professor, University of Washington School of Law

Across the country, law enforcement and first responders are flying unmanned aircrafts to take aerial photographs of traffic accidents and crime scenes. As the technology improves and more police departments acquire permits to fly them, concerns about privacy and regulation increase.

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