On Wednesday August 8th, 2012 I will be appearing at AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems North America Conference. My panel, Getting in Front of the Issue: A Discussion on Unmanned Systems and Privacy will feature a discussion about the increasing use of unmanned aircraft by public safety officials, federal government agencies and commercial entities. We will address questions regarding the legality of UAS data collection and the implications of UAS operations on privacy protection.
- Moderator: Mr. Alan Frazier:University of North Dakota,
- Panelist: Mr. Matthew Henshon: Henshon Parker, LLP,
- Panelist: Mr. Benjamin Miller:Mesa County Sheriff’s Office,
- Panelist: Mr. Chris Calabrese: American Civil Liberties Union,
- Panelist: Mr. Douglas Marshall: TAAC/New Mexico State University,
- Panelist: Mr. Gregory McNeal: Pepperdine University School of Law,
- Panelist: Mr. John Villasenor: The Brookings Institution
For a primer on the implications of unmanned system usage inside the U.S. see: A Primer on Domestic Drones: Legal, Policy, and Privacy Implications. My remarks are based in part on my work-in-progress, Drones and Privacy Governance.
Greg McNeal is a professor and national security specialist focusing on the institutions and challenges associated with global security, with substantive expertise in national security law and policy, transnational crime, global policy studies, and international affairs.
He teaches at Pepperdine University's School of Law and School of Public Policy.
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