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    Sweden now regards drones as surveillance cameras
    The high court in Sweden has ruled that drones fall under the surveillance camera laws for public photography instead of a personal camera.

    There is a key difference in those classifications. A drone is considered a surveillance camera because the device can be used to record areas where the operator isn't required to be in, and thus it could be used as a spying tool. A personal camera -- such as one that might be attached to a helmet or bike handle -- is allowed as the owner is likely to be with the camera during recording.

    AS such, the use of drones in Sweden is only permitted for law enforcement doing surveillance or those who obtain an expensive permit.

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