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Old October 21st, 2018, 05:50 AM
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Default Re: Drones in Hawaii

Iíve been trying to find someone to let me barrow their drone or come over and fly it themselves. I want it to inspect my roof. I live in a two story house and at my age I donít think I will climbing any ladders to get up there. There are many legitimate reasons to fly a drone in a residential area, such as photographing a house to put it on the market.
Banning them in a residential area is pretty draconian. Can they be used to spy on people? Sure, but how is that different from a guy with a telescope looking in your window from across the street?
As the drones become more prolific there will be laws controlling them.
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