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ebor said:I am utterly against drones being allowed to fly except for a legitimate purpose, by people with a drone "driver's" license and requisite insurance, and most certainly not only for recreational purposes. It is bewildering to see how this drone madness has been spiralling totally out of control recently. Unless recreational drones are banned effectively (like in Tokyo, Japan), we definitely will see bad accidents (think drones flying into other aircraft) very shortly. And just think about your neighbour sending his device to peek right at your pecker through the window when you take a shower. Good luck with enforcing rules of such behaviour when these things are allowed to buzz about everywhere. Those things need to go away, and quickly so.
malcolmtucker said:The State of California trusts registered locksmiths located on a street corner with the ability to make keys for $50,000 or $100,000 vehicles. Most likely, California Legislators can do something similar with a phone valued around $400.