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Good points and I agree.

Good points and I agree..... Below 700 ft is below the national air space and not subject to the same rules or laws specific to manned aircraft which is what the FAA is trying to use...... Same thing as trying to apply Telegraph law to the Internet.... Good analogy!

Originally shared by Gary Mortimer
http://www.suasnews.com/2014/03/27899/maybe-the-faa-doesnt-have-the-authority-to-regulate-unmanned-aerial-vehicles/

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