A Florida man who fears that he has been followed by a flying drone is entitled to more documents from the Federal Aviation Administration, a federal court ruled.
David Elkins saw an aircraft over his home in St. Petersburg in July 2013. It appeared to him that the aircraft was circling his home and following him.
Thinking he was being watched by the government, he submitted a Freedom of Information Act request to the FAA to discover more information about the aircraft.
This wasn’t Elkins’ first experience with the FAA, as he had been seeking similar records since 2005. He has stated that he wants to expose illegal government surveillance.