The FAA is cementing and greatly relaxing guidelines for flying small commercial drones.
Which could open the gates for more insurance needs and regulations. Not to mention an influx in legal arguments regarding privacy.
“As you increase the population of drones and encourage more drone use, you’re going to have people who are not that experienced with operation drones making use of them and perhaps causing property damage, perhaps crashing onto private property, perhaps harming people so there is clearly a concern that in addition to privacy issue there will be property damage type concerns that will escalate,” said Scott Christie, partner at McCarter & English.
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