7 Calif. Privacy Bills To Watch, Law360, ft. Mark Mao

Posted Jun 19, 2015

Hsiao (Mark) C. Mao, partner and Co-Chair of KDV’s Technology Practices Group in San Francisco, has been quoted in a Law360 article published June 5, 2015. Mark comments specifically on Drone Legislation, part of a host of measures that California lawmakers are set to consider this year which could fuel privacy litigation. In light of the federal government’s plan to integrate unmanned aerial vehicles into the national airspace this year, California will introduce one bill that would ban trespassing on private property with unmanned aircraft systems.

“Drones can have a lot of very intrusive applications,” said Mark Mao, co-chair of Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck LLP’s technology practice. “The measure tries to protect people from being snooped on by drones.”

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