Tag Archives: privacy

Security from the Sky

By Avery Conner In 2011, drone history was in the making.  Commonly known and debated almost entirely for military use overseas, there was a switch in focus to homeland security in June when a Predator drone was used to help police arrest civilians in North Dakota in what “was hailed at the time as the […]

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Drones and Privacy: An Interview with Professor Randy Dryer

Randy Dryer is a lawyer and professor of law at the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. I recently had the opportunity to speak with him about the implications of drones for privacy rights. Zeke Peterson: How does your work give you a unique perspective on issues involving drones? Randy Dryer: I […]

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