Rick Scott, Limits the Use of Drones in Florida
On Thursday, Rick Scott, Gov. Florida signed a bill on how to protect the citizens from the use of unwarranted drones in surveillance. There was a need to approve the unwarranted surveillance act before the state and local law enforcement agencies start using the drones.
There were few exceptions in the act including any damage to property or life and any terrorist attack by the Intelligence team of federal Department of Homeland Security,
In regards to the bill passed by the state lawmakers this year, Rick said, “It maintains a balance between the need for law enforcement to protect our citizens against credible threats and imminent danger while ensuring that the privacy of Florida families is protected.” The bill was supported by both conservative Republicans and the American Civil Liberties Union.