FAA Readies Opt-Out Plan For Real-Time Flight-Tracking

The FAA has developed a plan to allow operators of aircraft equipped with automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) equipment to opt out of real-time flight-tracking. The FAA also plans to establish new terms-of-service agreements with tracking services to limit sharing of aircraft data...

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