Drone Regulation in Florida Community Associations – Part Two

QUESTION: The drone has a camera on it, and we are feeling like our privacy is being invaded. What can we do?

ANSWER: Florida drone regulation law does address the use of a drone camera in any area in which a person has an expectation of privacy. Section 934.50, Florida Statutes was amended in 2015 to regulate the use of drones.     Read the article…………..


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