WSJ: The Next Big Privacy Concern Is Up in the Air Katy McLaughlin:
As more drones take flight, wealthy homeowners grapple with how to shield themselves from prying eyes in the sky
Michele Dunn, a 53-year-old lobbyist in Atlanta, stepped out of the shower, wrapped herself in a towel, and wandered into her bedroom while drying her hair before work. Because she lives on the third-floor of a downtown high-rise with highly reflective windows, she only pulls the curtains at night. Then she heard a strange noise.
“That’s when I saw the drone. It was so close, you could see the camera moving,” said Ms. Dunn. “I screamed bloody murder.” Ms. Dunn’s husband, Wesley Dunn, a 67-year-old attorney and former house member of the Georgia General Assembly, came running and yanked open the window.