Techbytes: FAA Proposes Rules for Commercial Drone Flying

Fliers would have to pass a written test, only day flights under 500 feet allowed.
0:52 | 02/16/15

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Transcript for Techbytes: FAA Proposes Rules for Commercial Drone Flying
Today's tech rides new proposed rules for commercial drone flights the FA aces operators would have to pass a written test only daylight flights would be allowed under 500 feet high. And drones would also have to be kept within not as I site. That could take up to three years for the rules to be final its. And a new worry for would be Romeo and Juliette a recent study by IBM says 63%. Up popular dating apps. Are vulnerable tech hacker and a that's a big concern because people often offer a lot of personal information on these apps. Find out why not slow measured do and finally go go getting into that DO during the game at the Internet giant's new patents per device designed to freshen up so that when it senses BL OO. Did he want your caller actually or around your waist to send up at pleasant fragrance no word on whether it will actually create universal and those are your tech right.

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