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Amazon blasts FAA on drone approvals, regulations

Martyn Williams | March 25, 2015
Amazon's drone was already obsolete when it got FAA approval.

But, he said new laws are not the answer.

The privacy implications from government use of drones can already be handled within the boundaries of the fourth amendment while ample trespass laws exist to protect individuals from privately-operated drones, he said. He cited several recent cases where law enforcement agencies had been slapped down for questionable uses of technology.


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