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From:Fordham Urban Law Journal (Vol. 44, Issue 3)INTRODUCTION Imagine a scenario not too far off in the future where drones in the sky are a regular occurrence over densely populated urban areas. These drones do not need to be in the line of sight of an operator...
From:Human Rights (Vol. 41, Issue 4)A man is arrested for flying his drone (unmanned aerial vehicle) above a park near the White House. A woman in Miami, Florida, calls the police after seeing a drone outside the window of her downtown highrise apartment....
From:Administrative Law Review (Vol. 66, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedINTRODUCTION The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA or Agency) has traditionally been tasked with regulating safety in the United States' national airspace. (1) However, the role of this vitally important federal...
From:Fordham Urban Law Journal (Vol. 44, Issue 3)ABSTRACT The benefits of drones continue to transform our lives and nowhere is this more apparent than with the use of drones by local governments. While these benefits are tremendous, residents often express privacy...
From:Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal (Vol. 42, Issue 1)This Note will discuss the impossibility of Amazon Air's goal: to bring delivery drones to the national airspace and consumers' doorsteps in the next five years. (1) Specifically this Note will analyze the challenges...
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