The FAA’s new drone rules are four years late and still don’t make sense

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Media Outlet: Quartz

There are thorny questions to address in how to create enforceable rules that allow drone flights and protect safety and privacy. But the delays in the FAA’s process appear to have little to do with actually answering those questions, and more to do with hurdling the same old bureaucratic stumbling blocks.  

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Konstantin Kakaes is a fellow with the International Security program at New America.