Regulating Domestic Drones to Protect Privacy and Public Safety

Regulating Domestic Drones to Protect Privacy and Public Safety

Drones are now used across the U.S. to monitor crops, inspect power lines, and shoot commercials. But the near-collision of a drone and a commercial jet last week is highlighting the need for new rules for unmanned aircraft. A conversation about the regulation of domestic drones to protect privacy and public safety.

Drones are now used across the U.S. to monitor crops, inspect power lines, and shoot commercials. But the near-collision of a drone and a commercial jet last week is highlighting the need for new rules for unmanned aircraft. A conversation about the regulation of domestic drones to protect privacy and public safety.

Guests

Alan Levin

reporter, Bloomberg News.

Michael Toscano

president and CEO, the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International.

Marc Rotenberg

executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center. He teaches Information Privacy Law at Georgetown University Law Center.

Rebecca MacPherson

transportation attorney, Jones Day in Washington, D.C. and former assistant chief counsel for international law, legislation, and regulation at the Federal Aviation Administration (2004-2013)

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