Tag Archives: federal aviation administration

EFF> Newly Released Drone Records Reveal Extensive Military Flights in US

Newly Released Drone Records Reveal Extensive Military Flights in US December 5th EFF posted several thousand pages of new drone license records and a new map that tracks the location of drone flights across the United States. DECEMBER 5, 2012 | BY JENNIFER LYNCH  EFF.org View EFF’s new Map of Domestic Drone Authorizations in a larger window.  Click […]

Common Dreams> Fears Confirmed: Domestic Drones ‘Fly Regularly’ in US Airspace

Fears Confirmed: Domestic Drones ‘Fly Regularly’ in US Airspace Watchdog publishes new flight map, ‘takes surveillance to a whole new level’ Lauren McCauley, staff writer Published on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 by Common Dreams The EFF released a new map that tracks the location of drone flights across the US. (Image: EFF)Digital watchdog the Electronic Frontier […]

David Swanson> Drones in U.S. Flight Paths: What Could Go Wrong?

Drones in U.S. Flight Paths: What Could Go Wrong? By David Swanson. Published in the July / August 2012 Humanist On February 14 President Obama signed the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 into law, authorizing the Federal Aviation Administration to integrate unmanned aerial vehicles (known as drones) into the national airspace system by 2015. The […]