Do landowners have a reasonable expectation of privacy as against observations made by the government using drones at low altitudes? On March 18, 2021, an appeals court in Michigan concluded yes, finding “that persons have a reasonable expectation of privacy
On September 13, 2016 I spoke on a panel entitled “Governmental Use of Drones: A Practical Look at their Use by Municipalities and Related Fourth Amendment Implications.” The panel was part of the 81st Annual International Municipal Lawyers Association Conference.
Drones and the Future of Aerial Surveillance, George Washington Law Review. On February 15, 2015 the FAA announced historic regulations that for the first time in American history will allow small aircraft without onboard pilots — drones —
I recently testified before the House Judiciary Committee regarding drones and domestic surveillance. Pepperdine ran a story on the testimony which I’ve pasted below. —— Associate Professor of Law Gregory McNeal testified before the U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on
The Winter 2010 Issue of the ABA National Security Law Report, the flagship publication of the Standing Committee on Law and National Security is now available on-line here. Here’s a look at the Table of Contents: In The Problem