Regulators haven't kept up with the times when it comes to the changing nature of ventures into space.
Federal Aviation Administration
Rep. Brad Sherman (D–Calif) has introduced a bill to mandate ground collision detection systems on all helicopters.
The Drone Integration and Zoning Act seeks to expand private property rights and give localities more say in airspace regulation.
FAA reauthorization bill would require airline ticket-counter and gate agents to be trained on reporting "potential human trafficking victims."
Hobbyists freed from shackles of new FAA regulations.
Boom Technology wants to take you from New York to London in three hours.
While regulations hold companies back in the United States, other countries are serving as laboratories for drone innovation and research.
Is more oversight truly needed, or just more risk awareness?
When does the taco copter arrive?
Whoops! The mandatory unmanned aerial vehicle database is public and searchable.
Only about a quarter of those sold over the holidays have been documented.
Agency demands you retroactively report any device weighing more than half a pound.
A series of poor proposals from the Federal Aviation Administration threatens to ground much of the commercial drone industry before it even takes flight.
Can we start with the CIA?
Google, Amazon, and the University of Nevada, Reno are all involved.
FAA allows them to fly during the day, with pilot and observer always watching.
Transportation officials are at the whim of self-reported data.
The precautionary principle strikes again.
Why not instead an interplanetary Homestead Act and Mining Law?
A taxpayer-funded PSA helpfully reminds people not to be stupid.
Such as, media helicopters who might be filming police and citizen activity on the streets