The laws governing drone use in the US right now are relatively black and white. For the most part, you either can fly, or you can’t — and there’s no in between. That’s really limiting for the parties that can’t, and, at the same time, it’s really permissive for the parties that can, giving them little guidance as to where they should and shouldn’t be flying.

That’s a problem as drones increasingly move toward ubiquity: we don’t want them everywhere, but there is very likely a more logical…

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