The Electronic Frontier Foundation sued in 2012 to get data about which agencies use drones. Locally, it included the military and Barona Band of Mission Indians.

"You can't track drones at this point," said Jennifer Lynch, an attorney with EFF. "So none of the information on who's authorized to fly drones was made available to the public before we filed our lawsuit against the FAA."      

Lynch said the bill does not address the federal government.

"They should just make that information available to the public. They should create a format that's easily searchable," Lynch said.

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