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Security Camera Catches Thief Stealing $3,500 Drone

EL MONTE (CBSLA.com) — Police are hoping security-camera footage will lead to the arrest of a man they believe stole a drone from a business. 174 more words


UAS Entrepreneurs

The UAV market is expected to be worth over 12 Billion US Dollars by the year 2020, but who are the people making it happen? 282 more words


Racing, from a drone’s point of a view: a day with UAV advocate Raphael Pirker

There is a zen moment when you are flying a drone in the first-person perspective when the ground drops away and the camera stabilizes. There is a horizon in every direction, and the only question left is, “Which way do you want to fly?” 1,499 more words

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Journalist Brewster profiles Raphael Pirker (of Huerta v. Pirker, Docket no. cp-217). http://www.ntsb.gov/legal/alj/Pages/pirker.aspx

FAA Proposes Rule for Small Drone Operation

After much anticipation, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has published proposed regulations that would govern the operation of drones used for agricultural and other activities.   To read this post, visit our new blog site at http://aglaw.osu.edu/blog. 


Kathy Kelly: The Front Page Rule

The Sting of Drone Warfare

By Kathy Kelly  February 15, 2015

Photo: C-Span

After a week here in FMC Lexington Satellite camp, a federal prison in Kentucky, I started catching up on national and international news via back issues of USA Today available in the prison library, and an “In Brief” item, on p. 1,423 more words


The U.S. Media and the 13-Year-Old Yemeni Boy Burned to Death Last Month by a U.S. Drone

In fact, as the Guardian reported today, “Mr. Jahmi’s age” was 13 on the day the American drone ended his life. Just months earlier, the Yemeni teenager told that paper that “he lived in constant fear of the ‘death machines’ in the sky that had already killed his father and brother.”

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No Fly Zone List for UAVs

Fortune magazine has written about a new website that has 10,000 people and growing on a No Fly List that they want the FAA and private and public UAV operators to voluntary follow and keep the aircraft out of the their local airspace out of privacy concerns.  52 more words