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Hi from Western Australia I saw it first..lol
Hey iam nick iam the second person to commemt
O well its only for company's. Not hobbyist yet. But im sure like everything these days. Everything bothers everyone and therefore laws and rules must be applied to everything. whatever.
Way way too nosey ban them
Uh you know how many times I've seen this evening before you have to go on the roof neat but I still have a good job
NO: ABSOLUTELY NO DRONE'S.
And the New World Order Begins 💀☠️🦾👁🌍🕋🕍♨️🔱
Lol Look at the NBC guy telling us how to youtube at the end of the video. We are the reason he is on youtube. Youtube is the only way he will keep his job. We made news come here from the cable company!
The FAA already implemented a registration system, next step should be a buy back program as compensation for those that purchased or received a drone as a Christmas gift.
Big Brother doesn't like drones
$$$$$ and more $$$$$$$&&
You're deluded to think that drone's will be used in any city to deliver anything, safety and security is a issue then there is the privacy issue.You need a pilot and spotter to fly a drone in restricted airspace.Keep dreaming
This is sad yet good! I want the stupid irresponsible drone pilots locked up actually i worked too hard to have them ruin it for everyone else! But at the same time police cant lie about what they see with drones because we have flight logs that prove were innocent if we are!
The American people need our FREEDOM, not more regulations… and definitely NOT more "Big Brother" government tracking of our activities as supposedly "free" citizens. FAA = KKK Fascist Authoritarian & Anti-American!
I fly fpv (first person video drones) and the fAA is out of there minds if they think drone enthusiasts will comply to there never ending rules. This is just another money grab from your friendly Government.
There are 1.5M+ drones in the US alone and how many deaths have been caused to date by these "so called" drone collisions. ZIPPO! NADA! SQUAT! ZILCH! NUNCA! Most of these reported "near" collisions reports have not been substantiated with any evidence whatsoever. All the manned pilot has to say is "it may have been a drone I couldn't tell"…even if it was a bird or balloon, etc. These drone regulations masquerade as safety rules but they are all about the $$$$'s. Under these new regulations recreational flyers will be required to pay monthly subscription fees to fly and pay registration fees for every SINGLE drone they intend to fly. This regulation will require that drone manufactures add expensive "beacon" technology to the drones making them more expensive and beyond the reach of the average recreational flyer and smaller emerging drone businesses. That or the consumer will be required to fly their drones in virtual cages. This new regulation is a blatant attempt to clear the airways of the recreational flyers and small commercial operations so that the LARGE commercial drone service providers like Amazon, UPS, etc. can rule the airways. So while the FAA is crushing the Recreational drone businesses they are wining, dining and cow-tailing to Boeing (Max737) executives and Amazon's of the drone world. Again the small guy loses and there is a little more freedom lost by the average citizen everyday and that freedom is being handed over to the large corporations who can pay their lobbyist to twist our government to their favor.I believe there are more sensible ways to address the FAA concerns that won't punish the recreational fliers or burgeoning drone businesses….but will the FAA listen…No they will feign listening with a 60 day comment period so as to make us feel like we've had a voice and then they will move forward with these crushing regulations. Why doesn't the FAA concentrate on real problems like preventing other Boeing Max 737 incident???? Because it's all about the $$$$.
You should look at what it does to fixed wing model aviation. The FAA proposal if passed unchanged will end model aviation. We use to have protections against rules for our hobby. But the commercial drone alliance got section 336 repealed so they could open the skies for their commercial drone industry. I have been flying model airplanes for over 35 years, it's all about to come to an end if the FAA has it's way. Many don't know but the FAA considers model airplanes and helicopters drones as well. Shows all they care about is how much lobby money is needed to buy the airspace. If it were truly about safety, the would have nailed someone near an airport and thrown the book at them and post it all over social media.
This proposal only benefits big businesses like the companys they named, Amazon, ups and google. If they clear the airs from the consumer/ hobbyist Flyers as well that only leaves big businesses or ppl who can afford these new updated equipment and the licensing for it.
March 1st night flight to show the FAA we mean no. As a show of strength all drone pilots need to fly their drone between 7 and 8pm on March 1st as a show of strength that no means no about the new FAA proposal. Please fly to show them we are a big group and stand together united! Help spread the word!
What's funny is that this video is only targeting the negative effects of everything that's happening… Not a great media cover
There are 8000 drones in the US 3 have been reported for crashing into an aircraft. It's also funny how the news is only saying the negative about drones
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