Not just guns. This time, it’s drone control:
Right from the beginning of the article, DHS and FAA held a “conference was open to civilians, but explicitly closed to the press. One attendee described it as an eye-opener.” When one of those attendees (who runs a small drone shop) posted a picture and notes from the conference, DHS asked him to take it down (he complied).
Then we get to the meat of the issue – that a drone manufacturer unilaterally chose to add all of DC to their drones’ internal “no-fly” map. First, of course, that their drones have a “no-fly” map in the first place, and secondly, that “DJI is preparing an update that will increase the number of airport no fly zones from 710 to 10,000,
My nephews are into the hobby so I’ve been made aware of the various government attempts at regulating it. More disheartening is that, at the age of 13, my nephews are realizing that non-elected busybody bureaucrats can directly impact their lives.