Another law professor failing to add value to drone law, wholly failing to understand that we now live in a three as opposed to two dimensional legal world.
This one believes that the First Amendment doesn’t apply uniformly across the United States and that States should be allowed to have different rules on privacy.
Sorry, but the First Amendment conflicts with any attempt to make what is public and observable private by law for very good reasons.
It is when people most want to be private, in public, that we may most need to observe them.
The FAA's Drone Privacy Plan: Actually Pretty Sensible - Forbes