Ireland's data protection office has issued separate guidance on unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) and body-worn cameras, in response to increasing use of both for private recreational, commercial and law-enforcement purposes. Users are reminded that any activity that results in personal data being collected potentially engages Ireland's Data Protection Act(s). For example, where drones are being used for specific purposes (such as aerial photography or journalism), the data controller must do as much as possible to notify the public of any risk that their data may be collected, and of their intention to share it with third parties. The guidance on drones can be accessed here. The requirement to notify the public is also one of the main considerations raised by the guidance on body-worn cameras, which can be accessed here. The latter should be read in conjunction with existing guidance on CCTV.