FindLaw columnist Eric Sinrod writes regularly in this section on legal developments surrounding technology and the Internet.
Drones really have become the next big thing. Their uses seem to keep multiplying each day. With each new use there are new questions about drone regulations.
Of course, we hear about military payloads being delivered by drones on very specific targets. Indeed, the recent motion picture, Eye in the Sky, is all about when it is appropriate to use drones for military attacks. Drones also can be used for surveillance purpose. They are very nimble, and they easily can take footage surreptitiously of unsuspecting subjects. This also was portrayed in Eye in the Sky.