When your drone prompts a violation of privacy suit, will your insurance cover it?

Westlaw Journal, Computer and Internet

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PUBLISHED ON: May 6, 2016

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The prevalence of drones continues to increase exponentially as all classes of users — private hobbyists, wedding photographers, real estate agents, corporate giants — assemble flotillas to entertain, market, and provide new and enticing business offerings.  Given the rapid rise of drone use, private citizens and businesses alike have understandably grown concerned that these new technologies hovering in the sky could invade their privacy.