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Jay Stanely

Jay Stanley is a senior policy analyst for the ACLU’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology project. He started working on privacy and technology issues at the ACLU at a fateful time in August 2001. His role at the ACLU is to monitor emerging technologies and help the organization think through their impact on our privacy, free speech and other civil liberties, and to help explain those implications to policymakers and the public. He has authored and co-authored numerous influential ACLU reports, policy papers, and blog posts on a wide variety of technology policy topics.

Stanley’s work on drones includes the 2011 ACLU report “Protecting Privacy From Aerial Surveillance,” which helped bring the privacy issues surrounding domestic surveillance drones to public awareness. He has also written numerous short pieces on drone and robotics policy for the ACLU, most recently a July 2023 white paper on drones as first responder programs, and authored a chapter in the book Eyes in the Sky: Privacy and Commerce in the Age of the Drone, (CATO Institute, 2021). He has been a participant in the 2021-22 FAA BVLOS Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC) and in the ongoing C-UAS ARC.

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