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Louisville Plans to Become First US City to Use Drones to Respond to Gunshots

Louisville, Ky., is vying to become probably the first city in the country to use autonomous drones to respond to the sound of gunfire. The city has applied for a special program the Federal Aviation Administration is running, where it … Continue reading

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The FAA Hasn’t Been Enforcing Unlicensed Drone Piloting Penalties

When the Federal Aviation Administration established a license requirement for commercial drone pilots in 2016, it seemed as though any breach of that law would be met with swift punishment or penalty. According to federal Freedom of Information Act documents … Continue reading

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Drone pilots, you may be able to fly in Raleigh city parks after all

Owners of small drones would be able to fly them in most Raleigh parks under a revised policy being considered by a city advisory committee. Last summer, the initial draft of the policy called for limiting the use of drones … Continue reading

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New Jersey Legislators Approve Penalties for Drunk Droning

New Jersey state legislators approved a ban on operating drones while inebriated on Monday, approving legislation that would punish drunk or high pilots with up to six months in prison or a $1,000 fine 39-0 in the State Senate and … Continue reading

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