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Problems with rogue drones hit new heights

Misadventures involving such aircraft in the US are happening in a regulatory vacuum
Wednesday, August 12, 2015 - 05:50

Even basic drone models can soar thousands of feet high and come equipped with powerful video cameras - capabilities that would have been hard to foresee just a few years ago.


ROGUE drone operators are rapidly becoming a national nuisance in the United States, invading sensitive airspace and private property - with the regulators of the nation's skies largely powerless to stop them.

In recent days, drones have smuggled drugs into an Ohio

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