Consumer Privacy in an Age of Commercial Unmanned Aircraft Systems: The Independent Review: The Independent Institute

Volume 23 Number 1 • Summer 2018

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Consumer Privacy in an Age of Commercial Unmanned Aircraft Systems


By Ryan Hagemann


This article appeared in the Summer 2018 issue of The Independent Review

The advent of the commercial drone will bring new challenges for consumer privacy and new rules for dealing with them. Whatever rules emerge, they should be flexible enough to cover other new technologies that pose potential threats to privacy.

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