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New Bill Will Allow US Authorities To Shoot Down Private Drones

8 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Just like all pieces of technology, how it is used depends on the user, where some might use it for good, while others use it for nefarious purposes. Drones are a good example of this, where some might use them for aerial photography and videography, while others make themselves a nuisance by spying on their neighbors and going to places they shouldn't. However in the future it seems that there is a chance that if law enforcement deems you to be a nuisance with your drone, they will have the right to shoot it down. This is thanks to a new bill passed by the US Congress called the FAA...
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