from Activist Post:
A bill restricting the use of drones in the Sunshine State unanimously passed the Florida Senate Wednesday morning.
SB92 would prohibit any law enforcement agency from using unmanned drones to gather evidence or other information without a warrant.
“A law enforcement agency may not use a drone to gather evidence or other information.”
The bill opens the door for any person whose privacy is violated by a drone to take civil action and would also make any evidence gathered in violation of the act inadmissible in court.
The act makes its only exception allowing for the use of drones “to counter a high risk of a terrorist attack by a specific individual or organization if the United States Secretary of Homeland Security determines that credible intelligence indicates that there is such a risk.”
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