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PostSubject: Safety test proposal for drone users   Wed Dec 21, 2016 1:02 pm

http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-38386292



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Anyone who buys a drone in future in the UK may have to register it and take a safety test.
That could be the outcome of a government consultation on strict new drone safety rules.
There could also be tougher penalties for anyone who flies a drone in a no-fly zone, with the possibility of a new criminal offence of misuse of a drone.
Drone use has become widespread in the past few years, with drones available cheaply in high street shops.
The government says drones have enormous economic potential and are already being used by everyone from the emergency services and conservation groups to energy and transport firms.
But the Aviation Minister, Lord Ahmad, said while the vast majority of drone users were law-abiding, "some are not aware of the rules or choose to break them putting public safety, privacy and security at risk".

Fucking government! Mad  There is something wrong with this world, and it is called: government. Governments are seriously dangerous.



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But the Aviation Minister, Lord Ahmad, said while the vast majority of drone users were law-abiding, "some are not aware of the rules or choose to break them putting public safety, privacy and security at risk".
Public safety and security is the same thing. he's just making up fake reasons. Mad

There's a ton of things I can think of that are more dangerous then flying a drone. Like opening the door and walking outside, maybe the government should force people to get licenses before they are allowed to leave their house. Rolling Eyes

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PostSubject: Re: Safety test proposal for drone users   Wed Dec 21, 2016 2:05 pm

Just fucking stupid this is....more ways to take away our freedoms.

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