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originally posted by: txinfidel
a reply to: pheonix358
Well from what I found, there was a seismic incident in Yellowstone about a month ago and the public cameras went out and there was a temporary stop to "drones" flying around. There was also someone flying around Mt. Rushmore and the Feds didn't like that.
What I find hard to reconcile is the demand for privacy and the outrage at an obvious attempt to avoid privacy abuse...I don't get it. Who needs to use a drone in a national park?
As I said, What are they hiding?
Seriously, what do they have to hide? I cannot think of a reason to pass such a draconian law unless they are hiding things. Watch for the next one! No aircraft over National Parks or over selected National Parks. That will be because of some 'Short Time' hazard.