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The American Civil Liberties Union has published a paper titled “Eye in the Sky Policing Needs Strict Limits.”  The piece was written by Jay Stanley: in the paper, Stanley explores the potential pitfalls in Drone as First Responder (DFR) programs, and how those concerns may be met.

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Matt Sloane, CEO and Founder of Skyfire Consulting, reached out to Mr. Stanley to discuss the ACLU concerns first hand.  DRONELIFE is honored to publish this exclusive guest post outlining their discussion and proposing real solutions to addressing community concerns.

The following is a guest post  by Matt Sloane, CEO and Founder of Skyfire Consulting and Atlanta Drone Group.  DRONELIFE neither accepts nor makes payments for guest posts.

Privacy and Drone First Responder Programs

This week, the American Civil Liberties Union, and specifically Jay Stanley, one of its senior policy analysts, released a report on Drone…


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