The FAA indicates that it plans to carry out privacy tests of drone technology as part of a "test site" program mandated by Congress, the agency revealed in a response to two lawmakers seeking information about drone privacy. Reps. Edward J. Markey (D, Mass.) and Joe Barton (R, Texas) released the FAA document yesterday, which was a response to an April letter from the two lawmakers about the agency's efforts to address the privacy concerns surrounding domestic drones.
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