Lawmakers approve peeping drones crime bill on final passage
April 12, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana lawmakers are sending Gov. Eric Holcomb a bill targeting drone operators who use the new technology for the age-old crime of voyeurism.
The bill by Republican state Sen. Eric Koch of Bedford creates regulations that in part address operators with nefarious intentions who use drones to invade people's privacy or capture images of them in compromising positons. It proposes a new "remote aerial voyeurism" crime.
At least three states have already regulated the technology to address "peeping Tom" activities. The Indiana Senate voted 47-1 to approve the measure on f...