Drone Usage and Privacy Issues (C-SPAN)
On C-SPAN, legal experts Gregory McNeal (Pepperdine University) Alan Frazier (University of North Dakota), Ben Gielow (AUVSI), Doug Marshall (New Mexico State University), and Jay Stanley (ACLU) talked about privacy issues related to the use of drones by law enforcement agencies. Topics included pervasive surveillance versus specific uses such as search and rescue operations, the use of drones for commercial purposes, legal protections, and the role of the Federal Aviation Administration.
“Eye in the Sky- A Discussion on UAS Operations and Privacy Implications” was a session of the AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems 2013, an exposition on unmanned systems and robotics held at the Washington Convention Center.
Gregory S. McNeal
Along with being a successful entrepreneur, I am a tenured Professor of Law and Public Policy at Pepperdine University. I teach courses related to technology, law, and policy, and serve as a faculty member with the Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship.
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