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03-13-2015 12:44 AM  3 years agoPost 1
cyclo

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The FAA says you can't post drone videos on youtube: http://motherboard.vice.com/read/th...deos-on-youtube

There is a caveat though... It is only drone videos where the advertising feature is "turned on" so the owner can make money per view. This could be a slippery slope though

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03-13-2015 01:13 AM  3 years agoPost 2
altima1779

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Once again this is the FAA overreaching. I think they are trying to scare people and stop all the fools from posting videos flying 3000 feet up.

It also sounds like this FAA inspector sent this letter out before conferring with the higher ups.

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03-13-2015 01:14 AM  3 years agoPost 3
Jerry K

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IF that is true that is the best news I have heard! The FAA can sit in the Guberment offices and type on their computer all day long and find anyone they want to arrest or fine. I was always told it is not illegal until you get caught. These idiots wave their hands around saying look at me, I am flying next to a major airport filming airliners landing!

They say common sense is not very common any more!

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03-13-2015 01:47 AM  3 years agoPost 4
Gearhead

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Once again this is the FAA overreaching. I think they are trying to scare people and stop all the fools from posting videos flying 3000 feet up
well how can the FAA make such a Federal Law without bringing a Bill forward first

Jim
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03-13-2015 02:00 AM  3 years agoPost 5
don s

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Money can't be made from posted FPV videos according to them. You can still post (incriminate) yourself all you want.

I never "bought" DJI stock. I don't care.

DJI will do just fine.

E820, Raptor G4N, X50F/E, E620, Forza 450, and some planks.

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03-13-2015 02:06 AM  3 years agoPost 6
spaceman spiff

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03-13-2015 02:46 AM  3 years agoPost 7
Motorg525

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This means helis and planes too guys, not just "drones"

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03-13-2015 02:53 AM  3 years agoPost 8
revmix

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helis and planes
just fine on the flying field

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03-13-2015 03:08 AM  3 years agoPost 9
Motorg525

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This is about placing ad's on YouTube videos, they don't care if your at the flying field. You can use uas for commercial without paying them there fee for a license

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03-13-2015 03:45 AM  3 years agoPost 10
revmix

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This is about
hobby vs. business

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03-13-2015 03:50 AM  3 years agoPost 11
EEngineer

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about placing ad's on YouTube videos
Which YouTube placed on top of the poster's hobby video.

He had no control over that.

But, the FAA is looking for people flying way up high.

This will be interesting in court.

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03-13-2015 04:02 AM  3 years agoPost 12
icanfly

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wow what an infringement on rights and freedoms, for real faa, WHO THE F DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?

you know, all the negative press is actually causing an awareness leap and everyone will want one for christmas, those cute micro quads are VERY POPULAR, with or without flip and cam. I saw a lady operating a dji phantom in a public place, totally harmless and made a nice furry buzzing sound, too easy for my taste, no challenge flying, 3d or get outta here,'cept fpv racing, that's cool.

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03-13-2015 04:06 AM  3 years agoPost 13
EEngineer

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Time to sell DJI stock
Don't think DJI is a publicly traded company...no there is no DJI "stock".

DJI is funded via "venture capital".

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03-13-2015 04:10 AM  3 years agoPost 14
BobOD

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This means helis and planes too guys, not just "drones"
Yikes. I doubt they'll enforce it but yeah...that does get a little sticky.

Team POP Secret

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03-13-2015 04:21 AM  3 years agoPost 15
EEngineer

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Huerta is a very sneaky bureaucrat...

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03-13-2015 04:40 AM  3 years agoPost 16
revmix

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sneaky
actually Foxx-y [the boss]

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03-13-2015 05:08 AM  3 years agoPost 17
EEngineer

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actually Foxx-y [the boss]
He's really a "puppet on strings".

A condom bureaucrat....he "rubber stamps" anything....for the price...

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03-13-2015 06:12 AM  3 years agoPost 18
jessdigs

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I Honestly feel the DJI company is singlehandedly responsible for all of this b.s. that is going on with the hobby and the FAA. The fact that someone without any building or flying experience, or any knowledge of what the AMA even is, can buy a rtf kit that can fly to the Whitehouse and crash on the lawn is prompting a whole lot of people to buy phantoms and do really stupid things.
If dji never existed, neither would the FAA scrutiny.
I like that it is bringing new people into the hobby, but I am also annoyed at everything going on. I just want to fly my helicopters, and not be bothered with all of this.

Hobby: Meet wallet!

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03-13-2015 06:59 AM  3 years agoPost 19
EEngineer

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fly to the Whitehouse and crash on the lawn
A govt. employee, with a hi-level security clearance, drunk and flew somebody else's drone....

Not DJI's fault....it's people like him.

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03-13-2015 11:57 AM  3 years agoPost 20
Jerry K

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I Honestly feel the DJI company is singlehandedly responsible for all of this b.s. that is going on with the hobby and the FAA. The fact that someone without any building or flying experience, or any knowledge of what the AMA even is, can buy a rtf kit that can fly to the Whitehouse and crash on the lawn is prompting a whole lot of people to buy phantoms and do really stupid things.
If dji never existed, neither would the FAA scrutiny.
Drones don't do stupit stuff, people do stupid stuff. That is like blaming a pencil for making a mistake, or spoons for making you fat.

Don't blame the drone an inanimate object!
Oh, where have I heard this before!!!

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