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Coalition Letter to FAA on the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 (February 2012)
We the undersigned consumer rights, human rights, technology, and civil liberties organizations, members of the EPIC Advisory Board, and members of the general public submit this Petition to the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) to urge the Agency to conduct a rulemaking to address the threat to privacy and civil liberties that will result from the deployment of aerial drones within United States. The FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 provides a timely opportunity for you to address this critical question.
Comments to the Oklahoma House on the Interim Study of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (September 2013)
NACDL respectfully submits the following comments to the Oklahoma House of Representatives in response to the Interim Study to address the privacy questions raised by the operation of unmanned aircraft systems, also known as drones, in Oklahoma. ... NACDL applauds the House of Representatives for taking the first step in studying the privacy implications raised by the use of domestic surveillance drones, and we look forward to ongoing conversations about the privacy and civil liberties impact of this new technology as you move forward with the study.
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Drone Crimes: A New Frontier in Criminal Defense
The era of drone-related crime is here. Individuals have been accused of using drones to terrorize people, damage property, and stalk former love interests. What considerations are necessary for the defense lawyer representing someone charged with a crime involving a drone?