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ULC Model State Drone Legislation to be Discussed

The Uniform Law Commission (ULC) is set to meet this week and next in Anchorage, Alaska to discuss and vote on model state legislation concerning drones. The ULC’s proposed legislation is an attempt to recognize the fact that drones can be transformative to search and rescue, inspection and logistics, but that when misused, a drone … Continue Reading

EU Safe Harbor Program declared invalid by EU’s highest court

The European Court of Justice, (the EU’s highest court), ruled on Tuesday, October 6th that the safe harbor pact between the EU and the U.S. should be declared invalid because it fails to provide adequate protection for EU citizens’ data. The ruling follows Advocate General Yves Bot’s opinion (covered here) two weeks ago that the … Continue Reading
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