Gov. Rick Scott said Wednesday he will sign legislation that limits when police can used unmanned aerial “drones,” following unanimous passage of the measure in the House earlier in the day.
The bill (SB 92) prevents law enforcement use of drones unless a judge has issued a warrant, in cases where there is a “high risk of terrorist attack,” or a case of imminent danger, such as in a missing person case where the person is thought to be in immediate danger.
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