US Regulators Set Sights on Drones

The U.S. Department of Transportation is expected to announce new rules to have Drones registered with the government.
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Hate energy insect bites new rules for drones. Their about half a million of them in the US right now hundreds of thousands more. Expected after Christmas today the government will unveil a plan to get all those drones are registered. It's expected to be placed by the end of the year. Verizon customers with new Samsung galaxy devices can now paid by waving that phone or tablet its new software update includes Samsung pay which already rolled out. For other wireless carriers last month. And Amazon is suing more than a thousand people for posting fake reviews the company targeting people who sell reviews on the website fiber dot com where people look for odd jobs busted in April Amazon sued several other website for the same thing most of that. Are on now shut down to parents and had an impact those are tech bikes have agreed to ever and.

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