NBAA Raises Privacy Issue Over New Drone Regulation

Drone hobbyists protested the draft Remote ID regulations at FAA headquarters in March 2020.
Credit: Bill Carey
The location of a drone operator should be made available to police but not to the public, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) says in a Jan. 19 critique of the FAA’s new Remote Identification of Unmanned Aircraft final rule. “[W]hile NBAA broadly supported many of the provisions...

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