As a matter of fact, FAA has already lost 2 court cases against drone users trying to enforce their guidelines. This even creates a precedent actually making it legal. In our country Congress votes the laws and no one else. Since the proposal from FAA goes 180 degrees against what Congress expected of them, it's not about to become a law. Simple as that and anything else is BS.
Source: The Palm Beach Post
All excited! A reporter from NBC called wanting to do an interview about drone aerial photography...I said yes of course!
Well, interview went smoothly I think. Apparently Cape Coral is reflecting on some kind of city ordinance on the subject.
What a joke! Innovation award? Inventor? Develop own drone?
The inventor is in India and has been developing the concept for several years now. As for the drone, it's a stock S-1000 made in China. The only "innovation" is in the release device which is probably also already made and adapted. The Aussies should perhaps do their homework first before awarding "Innovation" awards.
If this article is true then they were released immediately without charges unless they broke the law in some other way. Flying a drone is not illegal, never has been and won't be unless Congress says so.