Legal issues of drones
While different sectors such as the national defense field is attempting to integrate drone technology, criminal justice field is also trying to use drones for crime prevention or investigation. For example, mini-drones which are not affected by traffic can swiftly move to a location. Drones not only acquire wide viewing angles, but are also relatively inexpensive. Therefore, drones are evaluated as useful technology which will contribute to ensuring safety in the future society.
On the other hand, there is also growing concern over the invasion of privacy (indiscriminate collection of personal information), caused by the activation of drone use by law enforcement agencies, such as the police. This presentation attempts a preliminary discussion over the legal issues which are caused by the use of drones by law enforcement agencies.
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