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The Wild West of UASs in the United States

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Tuesday, March 11th 2014


Last week just as many in the United States were getting used to commercial use of unmanned aerial systems (drones) in spite of a Federal Aviation Administration ban, a judge decided that the FAA does not in fact have such laws on the books. For a brief moment, perhaps, the ban was lifted. But it was quickly put back in place when the FAA appealed. What is going on in the wild west of U.S. UAS use?

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Amazon Contemplates Drones for Last Mile Delivery: Implications for Geospatial Industry - All Points Blog
Update: Court Says FAA Doesn?t Have Oversight of Commercial UASs - All Points Blog
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Law firm launches drone specialty | Richmond BizSense
FAA drone regulations: The agency might not have the authority to regulate UAVs.
Spatial Law and Policy: UAVs in the US: My Perspective
Busting the FAA?s ?Myth Busting? Document | Drone Law Journal
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Facebook Looking Into Buying Drone Maker Titan Aerospace | TechCrunch
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