Florida’s New Drone Law Creates FAA Compliance Confusion

In Drone Law Blog, Florida Drone Law, State Drone Law by Enrico Schaefer1 Comment

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In May 2015, Florida passed the Freedom from Unwarranted Surveillance Act (“Act”) [FL Statute 934.50], greatly restricting drone usage within the state. Aimed at promoting privacy, the Act prohibits individuals from purposely surveilling privately owned real property OR the owner/occupant thereof. With the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) allowing general civilian drone use and issuing exemptions to allow commercial drone use, …