Should NH have a law against using a drone or similar technology to observe or record people over private property?

Apr 22, 2018

This May the New Hampshire Senate will vote on a bill to limit drones over private property.

The bill, HB 1627, would specifically prohibit any use of a drone to observe or record a person on private property where the person has a "reasonable expectation of privacy" on ground level.

According to bill sponsor Rep. Neal Kurk, the bill would forbid someone from using a drone to observe a person in a fenced backyard or similarly private area.

Constitutional amendment for privacy?

Feb 23, 2018

On Thursday, February 22 the New Hampshire House voted in favor of adding a general right to individual privacy to the state constitution.

The proposed constitutional amendment, CACR 16, states:

“An individual's right to live free from governmental intrusion in private or personal information is natural, essential, and inherent.”


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