“When is a drone picture a benefit to society? When does it become stalking? When does it invade privacy? How close to a home can a drone go?” Feinstein said, listing questions she would like to see answered in the complex regulation process.I would say that these concerns are valid, both for privately owned drones and for those used by the government. Since the Senator desires some regulations, I think I can offer one. If a drone enters private property with neither the permission of the owner nor a warrant, then subject to local laws, it should be made available for target practice. No matter what you think, read the full story at Politico.
Monday, March 17, 2014
Senator Feinstein: Regulate Drones
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Cal), in an interview with 60 Minutes, said that during a protest outside her house, she looked out her window to see a drone "facing" her. Apparently as a result of this incident, she is in favor of regulating these devices. In the interview, she asked: