23 – Elizabeth Wharton: Drones & the Internet of Things!

Logo 600 x 600Welcome to the Drone Law Today Podcast! Today we talk with attorney Elizabeth Wharton of Hall Booth Smith in Atlanta. Elizabeth focuses her practice on guiding clients through business transactions, public policy, and contracting matters. She is a member of the business transactions, government affairs, real estate, and education practice groups at Hall Booth Smith.

Elizabeth is a member of the Technology Association of Georgia’s Government Relations Task Force and is an executive officer of the Atlanta Chapter of AUVSI. Elizabeth’s technology-related policy analysis has been quoted in publications including the Atlanta Journal and Constitution and Tripwire’s The State of Security.

Our talk touches on Drones as part of the “Internet of Things.” Thinking about drones this way brings up all sorts of legal issues, including why the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) may have some authority over how drones operate in the U.S.

You can find out more about Elizabeth at the Hall Booth Smith website and on Twitter at @LawyerLiz. Check out her posts on LinkedIn Pulse, too!

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Keep on flying,

Steve

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