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Angelfuego
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11/19/2015 | 5:19:30 PM
Re: These Things Shouldn't be Treated as Toys
@yaland, Well put, especially with all of the security issues that are going on. I guess it is necessary to register drones, since we are on high alert.
SunitaT0
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SunitaT0,
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10/28/2015 | 3:48:48 PM
Re: Yes, but what if . . .
@susan: I hope there is a universally accepted standard for drone registration. Since we still are in the making of such new rules and regulations, I think a concrete and uniform body with incorruptible rules and standards have to be implemented.
SunitaT0
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SunitaT0,
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10/28/2015 | 3:45:39 PM
Re: These Things Shouldn't be Treated as Toys
@angelfuego: Suppose you bought a car when having a license and registration wasn't needed. Does that mean you still wouldn't require one? I wish there were drone police that would keep unregistered drones out of the sky. But those police again would have to be drones themselves.
SunitaT0
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SunitaT0,
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10/28/2015 | 3:38:28 PM
Re: Yes, but what if . . .
I'm looking forward to having a personal drone that can pick up my grocery when my grocer hands the packages to it. But for this to work there has to be a wide connection between me, the drone and the grocer.
SunitaT0
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SunitaT0,
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10/28/2015 | 3:36:19 PM
Re: These Things Shouldn't be Treated as Toys
@yalanand: exactly how would you bring that about? There aren't many drones now but there will be in 10 years time. Every drone to have a documentation for.its flight record must be stored somewhere and retrieved when required.
yalanand
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yalanand,
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10/28/2015 | 3:33:20 PM
Re: These Things Shouldn't be Treated as Toys
@angelfuego: I think, since people are crazy, drones should be monitored. No excuses. Every drone's flight footprint should have a proper documentation.
yalanand
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yalanand,
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10/28/2015 | 3:31:53 PM
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@kstaron: none? The problem with drone registration would be realized only later on, when drones are everywhere and you can't find permission to register your drone because there aren't any spots left.
kstaron
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kstaron,
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10/27/2015 | 12:01:35 PM
point-of-sale
If they could register the drone at the point of sale including the (hopefully reasonable) registration fee as part of the final cost (just like sales tax is tacked on at the end.) It could make as easy way for drones to be registered with minimal effort for the consumer. Relying on after sale registration never happens even for the people with good intentions. Really how many warranty postcards have you bothered sending in?
mak63
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mak63,
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10/26/2015 | 2:43:47 PM
Re: Yes, but what if . . .
@Angelfuego I agree, good idea. As long as we don't have to fill up several forms and hand out hundreds of dollars to register, as someone mentioned below
Ashu001
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Ashu001,
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10/26/2015 | 2:22:15 PM
Re: These Things Shouldn't be Treated as Toys
Angel,

Very-very well said!

I could'nt agree more if I wanted to here.

In fact,its these very bad choices (where they either infringe on the Security or Privacy of ordinary law-abiding citizens) which causes most of the trouble today.

Sad but true reality.

But lets not forget or discount the Negative role played by the US Government also here.

Please see more here-theintercept.com/2015/10/23/drones-ibm-and-the-big-data-of-death

I highly,highly recommend you read the attached links on Drone Wars also in that article.

Brilliant,Brilliant Research all of it!


 
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