Drones fly faster than the law can keep up with

"“We don’t need to get to this crazy world in which robots are trying to take over in order for there to be really difficult, interesting complex legal questions,” says Ryan Calo, professor of law at the University of Washington, “That’s happening right now.”

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“How do we make sure these drones are not recording things that they shouldn’t," Calo says, "and those things aren’t winding up .... on Amazon servers,or somehow getting out to the public or to law enforcement?"

Legally, the higher up the camera, the lower your right to privacy. But between five and 500 feet is a big gray area. And Calo says, the drones will have cameras. They’ll have to – for self protection."

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