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The future of drones in America: Law enforcement and privacy considerations

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25 March 2013



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Last week the US Senate Committee on the Judiciary heard from witnesses Benjamin Miller, Amie Stepanovich, Michael Tosocano and Prof. Ryan Calo on “The Future of Drones in America: Law Enforcement and Privacy Considerations.”

Launch webcast video from the United States Senate Committee on the Judicary website — coverage of the hearing begins at 22mins15sec.

Benjamin Miller – Download PDF testimony
Unmanned Aircraft Program Manager, Mesa County Sheriff’s Office
Representative, Airborne Law Enforcement Association
Mesa County, CO

Amie Stepanovich – Download PDF testimony
Director of the Domestic Surveillance Project
Electronic Privacy Information Center
Washington, DC

Michael Toscano – Download PDF testimony
President & CEO
Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International
Arlington, VA

Ryan Calo – Download PDF testimony
Assistant Professor and CIS Affiliate Scholar
University of Washington School of Law
Seattle, WA

See more on the US Sentate Committee on the Judiciary website.



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