While there are increasing incentives for both private and public use of drones in myriad applications, privacy advocates are urging states to legislate such use before privacy violations are as numerous, the Associated Press reports. This year, 35 states will consider legislation, some of which include ways to “attract an industry that could generate billions and restrictions on drone use and data collection,” the report states. States are left to legislate on their own in lieu of federal legislation on the matter.
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