But people who live on higher floors can have a general expectation of privacy, despite their blinds being open.
They can’t when drones are around. In one video — totally by accident — I filmed a room where you can see a couch that someone has been using as a bed, perhaps revealing an illegal housing situation or personal drama; or maybe just a house guest.
It’s a reality that will inform, and limit, my future use of drones. When I use my DSLR, I’m very aware of others’ privacy and never invade that space. That should extend to drone photography too. It will also inform how people live in a world where drones are more common. Blinds will be closed more often. Like a handheld camera, it’s certain someone will use them in an inappropriate way.
Dennoch: Patrick Beuth zeigt auf ZEIT ONLINE auf, wo die Knackpunkte der derzeitigen Regelungen liegen.