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Drones: When, Why, and How Will the FAA Investigate Unauthorized UAS Use?

On July 15, 2014, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) published its latest National Policy Notice concerning drones, titled “Education, Compliance, and Enforcement of Unauthorized Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operators.”...more

Untamed Skies: Domestic Drones Remain Unregulated

What once was a technology confined almost exclusively to military use has now made its way into the hands of businesses, domestic agencies and private hobbyists. Small, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (or UAVs), more commonly known...more

Unmanned Aircraft Systems and Oil and Gas Operations—Q and A

The desire to use unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in commercial operations is steadily building. A wide variety of businesses would like to use these devices to improve efficiency and safety, and reduce costs. One field that...more

Congress to Scrutinize TSA's "Scanner Shuffle"

The House Subcommittee on Transportation Security is holding an oversight hearing this week, "TSA's Recent Scanner Shuffle: Real Strategy or Wasteful Smokescreen?" The hearing announcement follows a decision by the TSA to...more

Legislative Update Report No. 2012-15 -- Aug 15, 2012

In This Article: Federal Government; Alberta; British Columbia; Manitoba; New Brunswick; Newfoundland; Northwest Territories; Nova Scotia; Nunavut; Ontario; Prince Edward Island; Québec/Quebec; Saskatchewan; and Yukon....more

Electronic Privacy Information Center v. Department of Homeland Security, et al.,

Petitionersâ?? Motion To Enforce The Courtâ??s Mandate

EPIC Urges Court to End DHS Delay in Seeking Public Input on Airport Body Scanners EPIC filed papers in federal court today seeking to enforce an order that requires the Department of Homeland Security to detail the...more

Electronic Privacy Information Center v. United States Department of Homeland Security

Plaintiff's Motion For Reconsideration Based on Intervening Change In Controlling Law

EPIC Urges Court to Order Release of 2,000 Airport Body Scanner Images EPIC asked a federal court in Washington, DC to reconsider its earlier decision allowing the Department of Homeland Security to keep secret 2,000...more

NHTSA Proposes Mandatory Backup Cameras in All New Cars by 2014

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has proposed requiring backup cameras on all new vehicles by 2014 to prevent drivers from backing over pedestrians. This is going to cost automakers (and auto buyers) more...more

Electronic Privacy Information Center, et al., v. Janet Napolitano, et al.,

Opening Brief for Petitioners Electronic Privacy Information Center, et al.,

In Opening Brief, EPIC Urges Federal Appeals Court to Suspend Airport Body Scanner Program EPIC has filed the opening brief in EPIC v. DHS, No, 10-1157, a case that challenges the unilateral decision of the TSA to make...more

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