Idaho has passed legislation making it harder for police to use what one lawmaker called "high-tech window peeping."
Governor C.L Otter signed the bill that requires police to acquire a warrant before using drones in most cases.
But the new law doesn’t stop there.
It also makes it illegal for anyone including public agencies to use an unmanned craft for surveillance of a property without permission.
The spud state follows Virginia in becoming the second state to protect their citizen’s privacy from eyes in the sky.
Blogger Ed Krayewski at the libertarian site Reason.com told Rueters the measure is a good start.
“Of course government authorities won’t necessarily seek a warrant just because they’re required to and these types of legislation tend to leave a big loophole in the form of an 'imminent danger' exception."