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FAA Will Continue to Stay Out of the Realm of Regulating UAS Privacy Issues for Now

In Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) v. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA),–F.3d—(June 19, 2018), the DC Circuit left unaddressed the question of whether the FAA’s rules governing drone use must address…

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Federal Court Clarifies, Limits the Role of Local Governments in Drone Regulation

Ever since FAA issued its first set of regulations regarding the operation of unmanned aerial systems (“UAS”, or “drones”) in June 2016, local governments have been left wondering what was…

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D.C. Circuit Adds another Layer to Federal Drone Regulation

State and local governments and airport proprietors trying to follow FAA’s regulation of unmanned aerial systems, or drones, now have one more wrinkle to keep track of: on Friday, May…

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