The Electronic Information Privacy Center (EPIC) filed a complaint against the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) this week alleging that the final drone rule (Part 107) fails to include privacy regulations. EPIC claims that it has made previous attempts to ensure that the FAA “adequately addresses the privacy implications of drone deployment” to no avail. EPIC was told by the D.C. Court of Appeals earlier this year that it could not seek review of the FAA’s drone rule until it was a final order. Now, with the final rule issued on June 28, 2016, and the effective date set for August 29, 2016, EPIC is reigniting its fight again. EPIC’s complaint asks the court to vacate the FAA’s final rule and remand to the FAA for further consideration and proceedings on the issue of privacy matters.