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Posted 1 year ago in Government Your Personal Rights by Michele Bowman  
Can You Shoot a Drone Out of the Sky Above Your Property?

Drones continue to worry privacy advocates and landowners, and lawmakers are starting to take note. In the meantime, some have wondered if it’s legal to shoot a privacy-invading drone out of the sky – no one’s in it, that’s for sure.    FAA Tasked with Introducing Drones Drones are unmanned, remote-control vehicles, some of which can fly. Their increasing use has caused many states and privacy advocates concern. Drone operators can fly the things under 400 feet under current FAA …

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Increasingly Popular Drones Cause Privacy Concerns

Did you think flying robots were only creatures of science fiction movies? Silly you. Your neighbor can buy one from any number of dealers and online sources, and next thing you know, cameras could be flying over your backyard. Drones – remotely controlled devices that have been made famous by the military’s use of unmanned aerial vehicles – are now appealing to the civilian population and the police, raising concerns with privacy groups.   Drone On You can buy a …

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