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The FAA Wants Drone Operators to Pay $5 to Register Their Toys

Technology : Slate: Technology

On Monday morning, the Federal Aviation Administration unveiled its not-long-in-the-works national drone registry. There are no major surprises here, except perhaps for the atypical speed with which the registry was devised and impl...

The FAA’s Drone Registry Shouldn’t Be Exempt From FOIA Requests

Technology : Slate: Technology

When its proposed national drone registry comes online, the Federal Aviation Administration will be poised to collect the names and street addresses of recreational drone users across the country. Who will be able to access that dat...

Europe's aviation safety agency sets up drone collision task force

Technology : Mashable: Tech

As drones become more commonplace in the world, regulations and safety testing inevitably follows. The European Aviation Safety Agency announced on Wednesday that it has set up a task force to look at the risks of drones colliding w...

Report: FAA drone registry will be public, searchable and contain name and address information

Technology : The Next Web Blog

On Monday, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is set to launch its online drone registry in an attempt to gather identifying information on drones and their operators. Until now, the details of the registry have been rather v...

U.N. aviation agency to call for global drone registry

News : Reuters: World News

MONTREAL (Reuters) - The United Nations' aviation agency is backing the creation of a single global drone registry, as part of broader efforts to come up with common rules for flying and tracking unmanned aircraft.

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