"There are risks that need to be anticipated, and one of the biggest risks is the balance of a private life and professional life behind this permanent connectivity," Orange Director General Bruno Mettling told Europe1 radio in February. "Professionals who find the right balance between private and work life perform far better in their job than those who arrive shattered."
The legislation passed the French lower parliamentary house in May. It was not the first time such a bill had been proposed, as The Washington Post's Karen Turner reported. Similar legislation banning work-related emails after work hours had been introduced in France and Germany before but never made it to law.
The move received criticism from some who worried that French workers would get left behind by competitors in other countries where such restrictions did not exist. Still others objected to government interference.
Dones seem to becoming the next camera for some... a mission specific camera like large format. Crashes are still common - not comforting to people and their property that may become unwitting targets and then there are issues of privacy, noise, etc. But it's growing rapidly. At least one of the mfg offers insurance on the drone (not what it does)