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FAA Files Response Brief in SoCal Metroplex Aviation Noise Case

Yesterday, May 15, 2018, FAA filed its Response Brief in the Southern California Metroplex matter currently pending in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. http://bit.ly/2GrN8Mw In case you missed it, here is our Opening Brief http://bit.ly/2rIsmCO that … Continue reading

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Georgetown Residents File Motion for Rehearing En Banc in Their Fight Against Reagan National Aircraft Noise and Pollution

Georgetown residents file Motion for Rehearing En Banc in their fight against new departure routes from Reagan National Airport that bring aircraft lower and closer to Georgetown creating much more noise and pollution. The residents claim that the three judge … Continue reading

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ALEXA, WIRE $10k TO A NIGERIAN PRINCE:  Hackers can use white noise to break into your Alexa….

ALEXA, WIRE $10k TO A NIGERIAN PRINCE:  Hackers can use white noise to break into your Alexa. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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FAA Supports the Right of Airport Sponsor to Use Airport Funds in Defense of Locally Enacted Noise Restrictions

In a somewhat ironic twist on the Federal Aviation Administration’s (“FAA”) usual position, on March 26, 2018, FAA ruled in favor of the Town of East Hampton, New York (“Town”), proprietor of the East Hampton Airport, in a challenge by … Continue reading

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Drone Noise vs. Traffic Noise

We have previously noted that people often view new technology with skepticism, and even trepidation bordering on fear. That perception changes as both costs decrease (resulting in more people using and adapting to the new technology) and the recognition of … Continue reading

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