Do not use a drone to monitor or record activities where there is a reasonable expectation of privacy.
Do not use a drone for unapproved recordings of any campus events or performances, or for any unlawful purposes.
Do not use a drone to harass people or intentionally disrupt events.
Do not fly a drone over private property without prior approval.
Do not use a drone for the specific purpose of persistent and continuous collection of identifiable data about individuals without the consent of the data subjects.
Do not retain identifiable data longer than reasonably necessary to fulfill a purpose.
Do not knowingly publicly disclose data collected with a drone without undertaking a reasonable effort to obfuscate or de-identify identifiable data unless the data subjects provide specific consent to the disclosure.
Do make a reasonable effort to remain conspicuous and visible during flight operations.
Do make a reasonable effort to provide prior notice to individuals of the general timeframe and area that they may anticipate a drone intentionally collecting data.
Do establish and make available a Privacy Statement for drone data if the drone may intentionally or unintentionally collected identifiable data. The policy should be appropriate to the size and complexity of the data collected.
Do be considerate of other people’s concerns over privacy, security and safety.
Do contact the Office of Research Compliance and Integrity if identifiable data is to be used for human-subject research.
Do take steps to ensure the security of any identifiable data.