Higgs & Johnson partner speaks about the proposed drone legislation

02/25/2015

Drone legislation a step in the right direction, lawyer says

A leading attorney said yesterday that the Ministry of Transport and Aviation is taking “a step in the right direction” after announcing that it would release a series of proposed regulations governing commercial and recreational drone use by the end of March.

Higgs & Johnson Partner Michael Allen told Guardian Business that the announcement is a relief given the privacy issues and potential threats to national security presented by unregulated drone use, adding that the regulations should include a licensing fee for commercial drone use.

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