LONDON — The U.K. House of Lords is to launch an inquiry into the civil use of UAVs prompted by concerns over safety and privacy. The inquiry will be run by the Lords’ European Union (EU) Subcommittee on the Internal Market, Infrastructure and Employment; it will examine the use of UAVs based on EU-wide standards and rules covering safety, controls on personal privacy and data protection and security controls. The inquiry also seeks answers regarding insurance and the levels of ...
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