Look up because our skies are changing. While the use of drones for personal, commercial or government pursuits has grown rapidly, the Australian legal framework is struggling to reach similar heights. In this article, originally published in the Law Society of NSW Journal, Jodie Burger and Eddie Scuderi consider the regulatory landscape.
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This article was originally published at pages 88 – 89 in Issue 46 (July 2018) of the Law Society of NSW Journal and has been reproduced with permission.
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