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Drone flights near White House test local restrictions

Patrick Thibodeau | Jan. 28, 2015
Enthusiasm and interest in flying tech often outpace knowledge of the law.

Eidinger believes the D.C. drone laws are too restrictive, and said people should be allowed to fly them on their property up to a limited height.

While drones get attention because of the potential for nefarious uses, Eidinger doesn't see them as particularly threatening compared to other risks.

Drones are small and portable, and "I don't think there is anything the government can do to stop it, short of searching everybody and invading everyone's privacy," said Eidinger.

 

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