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Don't Operate Drones While Drunk in New Jersey, and Other Crimes

Through this angrily-titled Reason article, "Good Riddance to Chris Christie," I learned about a recent law in New Jersey that creates several new drone-related crimes. The text of S3370, which Governor Christie signed into law on Monday, is available here.The … Continue reading

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Drones and Cybersecurity Concerns

Jonathan D. Ash writes: Earlier this month, the U.S. Army discontinued the use of DJI drones due to concerns over cybersecurity.  This follows NASA and the Department of Energy who also prohibit the use of DJI drones for similar reasons.  … Continue reading

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The Dark Side of Drones

There is no doubt that drones are going to drastically improve our lives. Drones are already being used to deliver medical supplies in third-world countries, survey land, film live events, assist police in investigations and surveillance, inspect tall buildings and … Continue reading

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Drones, Hurricane Harvey, and other Natural Disasters

While drones have been used to capture breathtaking and heartbreaking images of Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath,  the FAA has issued a warning to drone operators. The FAA has issued reminders that unless drone operators have specific authorization from the … Continue reading

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A Brief Review Of Key Legal Issues Affecting Drones in 2017

Now that 2017 is wrapped up, a look back at what happened in drone world in 2017 and a look to what might happen in 2018 is warranted. While there were several exciting developments, this article will focus on a … Continue reading

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