Report: Regulatory requirements that impact on the safe use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems, Unmanned Aerial Systems and associated systems
Source: Parliament of Australia
By Justin Hendry
Surveillance controls questioned.
The Queensland Law Reform Commission is investigating how the state’s privacy laws can be tightened to govern the use of drones.
Attorney-General Yvette D’ath last week directed the body to examine modernising legislation to take into account “current and emerging technologies”.
The review was one of several recommendations from last month’s Queensland Drones Strategy [pdf] – the first-ever whole-of-government strategy to be released in Australia.
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