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ANSSI And DSAC Strengthen Cooperation In Digital Security
On July 13, the French Network and Information Security Agency ("ANSSI") and the French Directorate for Civil Aviation Safety ("DSAC") signed a letter of intent to cooperate in protecting...
France
7 Nov 2018
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PCPD Reiterates Privacy Issues Relating To Drones
On December 4, 2017, PCPD noted the issues of personal data privacy arising from the use of drones. PCPD cautioned that the use of drones should comply with the requirements of the Personal Data ...
Hong Kong
14 Mar 2018
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Office Of Unmanned Aircraft Systems Director Testifies On FAA Rules Regarding Privacy
On March 15, the director of the FAA Office of Unmanned Aircraft Systems testified before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation that the FAA has no rules in place regarding ...
United States
20 Jun 2017
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Air Force Launches Cyber Secure Campaign
The officer sent a memorandum to "all airmen" to highlight the vulnerability of Air Force systems to cyberattacks.
United States
22 Nov 2016
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Senate FAA Reauthorization Bill Mandates Cybersecurity Framework For Aviation
On April 19, the Senate passed a Federal Aviation Administration ("FAA") reauthorization bill that makes changes to a number of aviation policies...
United States
14 Jun 2016
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District Of San Isidro In Lima Regulates Use Of Drones
On November 9, 2015, the District of San Isidro in Lima enacted a regulation (source document in Spanish) governing the use of drones.
Peru
13 Apr 2016
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Senator Introduces Bill To Criminalize Flying Drones In Unauthorized Airspace
On October 7, the Senate began consideration of the SAFE DRONE Act, which would make it a misdemeanor to knowingly operate a drone within two miles of a wildfire...
United States
23 Nov 2015
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Article 29 Working Party Publishes Opinion Relating To Drone Use
On June 16, the Article 29 Working Party released an opinion on the challenges posed by large-scale deployment of drones for individuals' privacy and civil and political liberties.
European Union
8 Sep 2015
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Personal Data Protection Agency Proposes New Regulation For Personal Data Retrieved From Drones
On May 27, the Argentinean Personal Data Protection Agency published a National Directorate (source document in Spanish) regulating personal data retrieved from the deployment of drones.
Argentina
3 Sep 2015
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Florida Enacts Drone Privacy Law
On May 14, the Florida governor signed legislation banning drone surveillance of private individuals without their consent.
United States
27 Aug 2015
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PCPD Publishes New Guidance On Responsible Use Of Drones
The guidelines state that any intrusion on privacy caused by drones must be proportional to the benefit derived from their use.
Hong Kong
1 Jul 2015
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GAO Finds Significant Weaknesses In FAA's Cybersecurity Practices
On March 2, the Government Accountability Office ("GAO") publicly released a report to Congress entitled FAA Needs to Address Weaknesses in Air Traffic Control Systems.
United States
26 May 2015
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Transportation Security Administration Reassesses Big Data Pre-Check Expansion
Currently, the program works by approving travelers who voluntarily provide background information to verify that they are not security risks.
United States
6 Mar 2015
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Article 29 Working Party Raises Concerns To U.S. DOT On IATA New Distribution Capability Project
The Article 29 Working Party sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Transportation on the likely impacts of the International Air Transport Association' National Distribution Capability project on privacy and data protection.
European Union
21 Jan 2015
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