Drones In The News 

Protecting your privacy – Anti drone technology on the rise

As drones grow in popularity, so too does anti drone technology blickpixel / Pixabay We have shared articles in the past on UAV privacy systems, like this one from our contributors at Flyver on protecting your privacy from drones.   It is not a surprise to see a Japanese company, Alsok, working on anti drone technology for drones.   Japan, who has recently banned the use of drones in public parks, and who is reeling from the drone that landed on the Prime Minister’s office, is a bit on edge and…

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Drones In The News 

Drone Privacy Laws tightening up in New Zealand

As of August 1st, drone privacy laws will require hobbyist to get permission when flying over private property The New Zealand Herald ran this story about new drone privacy laws being enforced starting August 1st.  The article notes: “From August 1, new civil aviation rules will mean operators will need consent from a property owner before they fly over it. Existing rules allow anyone to operate a drone, as long as they observe simple safety precautions. These include flying below 120 metres, flying only during daylight, flying within line of sight and not…

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