- Dec 16, 2015 10:00 pm
- 24:01 mins
Guest: Richard Jost, JD, Director of the Drone practice with law firm Fennemore Craig and Professor of Law and Unmanned Aerial Systems at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Drones are a hot Christmas item – the FAA expects about a million to be sold this holiday. Get ready to see more buzzing over the park when you take your family or the next outdoor concert you attend – or, maybe outside your windows. Federal regulators – and legal experts – are scrambling to catch up with the explosion of light-weight, relatively inexpensive flying robots often equipped with high-powered cameras. Aviation officials are particularly concerned about the dozens of close encounters drones are having with passenger planes. But our conversation is concerned with privacy questions.