A bill aiming to regulate the usage of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) has been filed in the Massachusetts state legislature.
The bill, ‘An Act to regulate the use of unmanned aerial vehicles,’ recommends strict usage of UAVs by government entities or officials, particularly concerning warrants and privacy issues.
State Sen. Robert L. Hedlund, R-Weymouth, sponsored the bill, which has been referred to the Joint Committee on Transportation. A hearing is scheduled for Jan. 22.
The bill can be found here.