Drone Law Proposed In Illinois

SPRINGFIELD, ILL. – Illinois State Senator Daniel Biss (Dem) has introduced legislation that would require law enforcement agencies to get a search warrant before they could use a drone to gather evidence. The proposal would require that any information obtained by drones be destroyed unless it is part of an investigation. More than 20 states are pursuing similar legislation to either regulate drones or impose moratoriums that would ban them altogether. Meanwhile, the Federal Aviation Administration has been tasked with the job of trying to integrate unmanned aircraft into the national airspace system with projections for their use skyrocketing!

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