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NACDL News: NACDL Launches Domestic Drone Information Center
By Isaac Kramer
NACDL News columns.
On April 30, NACDL launched a new web resource called the Domestic Drone Information Center. NACDL’s Domestic Drone Information Center aims to be a one-stop source of cutting-edge information on the use of drones inside the United States. It collects news from leading publications across the nation; features a comprehensive listing of legislative developments; and contains sections devoted to relevant case law, scholarship, upcoming events, and data on drone usage. The Domestic Drone Information Center also aggregates existing material from other websites, making it a launching pad to additional information about domestic drones on the Web.
As domestic drones become an issue of increasing concern — the FAA predicts that 30,000 drones will be deployed within 20 years — NACDL members and the public will find this material useful. Visit the Domestic Drone Information Center at www.nacdl.org/domesticdrones. This project is supported by the Foundation for Criminal Justice and the Open Society Foundations.