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UAS operations: Which FAA regulation is best for your police agency?

UAS operations: Which FAA regulation is best for your police agency?

This emerging technology, however, quickly thrusts an organization into dealing with a federal agency they would have otherwise not interfaced with: the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Determining which regulatory option… Read more »

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How More Regulation for US Tech Could Backfire

How More Regulation for US Tech Could Backfire

In the U.S., commercial drones must be registered with the Federal Aviation Administration. Genetic testing and other health-related devices must pass muster with the Food and Drug Administration. Increasingly, ride-sharing… Read more »

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Down, then up: Stock market goes on another wild ride

Down, then up: Stock market goes on another wild ride

“I finally looked at my 401(k) on Monday night, but when I looked again today a lot of that money had come back,” said Brent Kleinman, 47, attending a workshop… Read more »

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Down, then up: Stock market goes on another wild ride

Down, then up: Stock market goes on another wild ride

“I finally looked at my 401(k) on Monday night, but when I looked again today a lot of that money had come back,” said Brent Kleinman, 47, attending a workshop… Read more »

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Rwanda: Government Moves to Improve Aviation Security

Rwanda: Government Moves to Improve Aviation Security

Government yesterday tabled a bill in the Lower House that seeks to establish new regulations governing civil aviation in the country. While presenting the draft law in the House, the… Read more »

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Do airlines split up families so they pay extra for seat allocation?

Do airlines split up families so they pay extra for seat allocation?

Congress passed a law in 2016 called the Families Flying Together Act, which was supposed to ensure children under the age of 13 will be seated with parents or guardians… Read more »

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Louisiana’s government and corporate drone usage grows

Louisiana’s government and corporate drone usage grows

Drones or Unmanned Aerial Systems are used in Louisiana for coastal mapping and restoration, flood monitoring, wildlife surveys, crop management, law enforcement and oil-and-gas activities. Nationally, small drones registered with… Read more »

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Meet Chief Thomas Gill Jr.

Meet Chief Thomas Gill Jr.

He was only biding his time there though, waiting for an opportunity to apply for the Federal Aviation Administration. “I only wanted to be three things when I was a… Read more »

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‘The anti Skynet bill’; Va. lawmakers weigh new laws limiting drone flights

‘The anti Skynet bill’; Va. lawmakers weigh new laws limiting drone flights

John Cosgrove, R-Chesapeake, pointed to the incident as he made the case for a law aimed at eventually granting the state’s aviation board authority over drones, which are currently only… Read more »

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Frightening footage shows a DRONE flying just a few feet above a plane landing in Las Vegas …

Frightening footage shows a DRONE flying just a few feet above a plane landing in Las Vegas …

The Federal Aviation Administration’s Ian Gregor told Law Vegas Now ‘We became aware of this incident this afternoon and we are investigating.’ In the video the drone flies above Whitney… Read more »

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