Snooping on your neighbor with a drone could soon be illegal according to new ...

Snooping on your neighbor with a drone could soon be ILLEGAL according to new bill that prohibits vehicles from flying up to 200 feet of homes New bill was proposed to congress making it illegal to fly a drone over homes Proposal prohibits the devices from flying up to 200 feet over private property Also gives local authorities power over where vehicles can take off and land 

By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com

Published: 23:24 BST, 17 October 2019 | Updated: 23:24 BST, 17 October 2019

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A new bill will soon make it illegal to snoop on your neighbor with a drone.

Called the Drone Integration and Zoning Act, the proposal deems airspace up to 200 feet over someone's home as their private property meaning punishments for trespassing could be enforced.

The motion aims to distribute some of the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) authority over the nation's airspace to localities and private citizens by redefining 'navigable airspace'.

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Sen. Mike Lee said from Utah, proposed the bill to congress on Wednesday stating, 'The FAA cannot feasibly or efficiently oversee millions of drones in every locality throughout the country.'

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