Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Drones still need license plates

wrote earlier about how we need to figure out some way to give drones some equivalent of license plates to let their users be identified.  Anonymity is all fine and dandy online but far less so when someone is interacting with the real world.

Well, recently a drone shut down a major UK airport for a day.  Police were entirely unable to find out who was responsible.   Hopefully the manhunt will scare people off trying similar things in the future but, well, the person responsible did get away so maybe not.

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