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Daily Dashboard | Law regulates drone use by Minnesota law enforcement Related reading: Podcast: James Dempsey and John Carlin talk top trends in cybersecurity




A new state law in Minnesota regulates law enforcement use of drones, stating they cannot be deployed for facial recognition or collecting data at public demonstrations without a warrant, the StarTribune reports. The law requires agencies to submit an annual report on drone use and to publish drone policies on their websites. Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Spokesperson Jill Oliveira said the bureau received reports from 106 agencies for 2020.  
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