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Federal Aviation Administration Administrator Michael Huerta spoke to NPR's Robert Siegel about the challenges involved in regulating the use of drones, noting airspace safety is of utmost concern, but privacy concerns also hold weight in the process. In responding to Siegel’s question as to property owners’ rights in relation to drones, Huerta said, “What is clear is that you have a right to be concerned about: Is an unmanned aircraft over your property infringing … your right to privacy? And I think that we as a government need to figure out, is there something unique about this technology that would cause us to treat it differently than the constitutional protections you already have?”
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