‘Peeping Tom’ concern over drones (Australia)

LEADERS of Queensland’s $100 billion strata property sector have come out in support of drones being used to inspect high rise residential apartment buildings across the Sunshine Coast.  But they have called on government authorities to lay out a plan to ensure regular drone use doesn’t open the door for “peeping Toms” and aerial accidents.   Read the article………….


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