Bloomberg Government: NFL Fears ‘Nefarious’ Drones, Seeks Law to Thwart Stadium Risks

September 8, 2022

The bill would give local law enforcement “a lot of authority to define the threats and grants them a lot of authority in terms of how they react to that perceived threat,” said Electronic Privacy Information Center senior counsel Jeramie Scott. “On the flip side, there’s not a lot of meaningful oversight.”


“It’s not really good policy to provide blanket authority to the government for a technology that we don’t know how it’s going to be used,” EPIC’s Scott said. “That just sets you up for abuse down the road.”

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