Drones in Community Associations

Drones are no longer exclusive to the military. The prices continue to plummet and the technology has improved to allow even the not-so-tech-savvy consumer to easily pilot the flying devices. But when drones land on the White House lawn or interfere with firefighting operations, public concern grows.      Read the article………..


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