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FAA GRounds Aerial Photography with drones.

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  • Not only just me but thousands of people in the RC world that know that in the US and Canada it is illegal to fly for commercial purposes. So my question and suspicion is why these guys didn't know this? Is this more likely a case of just hoping to fly under the radar? My suspicion is just that. They hoped the FAA wouldn't notice. These aren't the first commercial operation the FAA has shut down.

    Second to this is that both the FAA and Transport Canada are reviewing the regulations. Right now not many people

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