I own property, and while it is quite pricey property, it is hardly a large amount of property (due to the city I'm in). As it stands now there's at least half a dozen neighbors that can see into my backyard from their 2nd story window, I really do not have any expectation of privacy from them, I really don't care if someone flies a drone to get effectively the same view. Now maybe if I owned a lot of property such that I did have "private" areas from everyone I might feel different, but unless I was actively doing something privately that I wouldn't do publicly (e.g. nude sunbathing) then I doubt I would care in that case either.Just curious: How many people here are property owners? As in, you actually own real estate, not rent/board/couchsurf/live with parents/live in dorm?
I absolutely recognize some people with drones are absolutely douche bags, especially when they interfere with people like firefighters even if it's just because they pay attention to the drone instead the task at hand. But we don't need legislation that punishes everyone because there are a few douche bags out there with expensive toys.
If a car swerves out of control and crashes on your property, hell if it crashes into your house, being on your property in no way gives you the right to destroy that property. You can't take a chain saw to the car to chop it up, or anything else destructive unless it's posing a danger to someone.There aren't any laws preventing me from taking it out with a slingshot.
And when droplets of water leave your property and go onto another property are you willing to accept litigation by you invading their personal space?Zarathustra[H];1041848001 said:Garden hose?