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RID — Somebody’s Watching Me?

Updated: Apr 27, 2023

The FAA’s 316-page Notice of Public Rulemaking on the Remote Identification of Unmanned Aircraft Systems only mentions the word “privacy” thirty-three times, including footnotes. However, the Notice profoundly impacts the privacy of various stakeholders. This article explores some of the privacy implications of the proposed rule.

Topics: remote identification, RID, privacy, FAA, notice of public rulemaking, NPRM, Privacy Act, Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act

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