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Sen. Asks Google, Apple to Control Their Peeping Tom Planes

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SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

For users of high-tech mapping technologies, the more detail the better. However, if a person happens to be caught in the sights of a drone photographer, it’s likely a different story. “If an object or person is in plain sight from a vantage point that is the public domain, it is not illegal to watch or take pictures,” noted law professor Joel Reidenberg. That includes objects or persons inside a building.

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