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Old 05-19-2020, 09:35 AM
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The pedophile hanging out at the water slide/water park taking videos and pics of the children out in "public", all perfectly legal also.

Just curious, why would you have the need to "fly the neighborhood"?
Have you received the permission of your neighbors?

I'm going out on a limb and bet the answer to #1 is; "It's my GAWD given right"and "because I can".....
And for #2, I don't need to, no law says I have to.....

amirite?
I like to see what is going on with the neighborhood now and then. There are very few house since the whole town burned but I like to know how the rebuild is coming along. I check up on a few friend's vacant lots to make sure no one is there that shouldn't be while they rebuild. Useful tool.
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I like to see what is going on with the neighborhood now and then. There are very few house since the whole town burned but I like to know how the rebuild is coming along. I check up on a few friend's vacant lots to make sure no one is there that shouldn't be while they rebuild. Useful tool.
Oh that's right, your in commiefornia where violating privacy and personal rights is in vouge.
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welp, itz bout time tew' go work in my garden and fix up the illegal fruit/veggie stand "wonder if it's a felony also"...

Hope no drones fly by whilst I'm taking a **** against a Saw Palmetto, the nervous nannies may call their beloved rev generators on me....
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Oh that's right, your in commiefornia where violating privacy and personal rights is in vouge.
It's really very little difference than driving my car around to check the neighborhood, just easier. No different than flying over with a private plane or helicopter.

Are you worried that someone is going to see your pot plants and turn you in?
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It's really very little difference than driving my car around to check the neighborhood, just easier. No different than flying over with a private plane or helicopter.

Are you worried that someone is going to see your pot plants and turn you in?
Naw, the rev generators fly over often enough looking for my dope plants as it is

I'm worried about all the high tech pedos and peeping toms.........

There is absolutely NO reason for you or anyone else to fly over my land and take video/pics other than for nefarious reasons, be it for thievery, or get your rocks off peeking in on us and our grand children swimming and laying out.
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Only one way to fix that...
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Naw, the rev generators fly over often enough looking for my dope plants as it is

I'm worried about all the high tech pedos and peeping toms.........

There is absolutely NO reason for you or anyone else to fly over my land and take video/pics other than for nefarious reasons, be it for thievery, or get your rocks off peeking in on us and our grand children swimming and laying out.
Well, that isn't what I am doing so what is the issue?
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Well, that isn't what I am doing so what is the issue?
You say that......anyone can......
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You say that......anyone can......
Whatever...
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Whatever...
How about you go fly your toy over piglosi and feinsteins houses, yards and through their neighborhoods... Tell the .gov jackboots "what ever"

Get back to us with a video
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People on the local next door were complaining about drones hovering over their backyards in the evenings. The local power company did send out a notice recently when they were using drones to survey the power lines.
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Lotsa great uses for drones. But scoping out neighbors properties without their permission isn't one of them. I dont know of anyone that thinks a drone hovering over your property is the same as a plane or helicopter passing overhead.

Too much of this drone scoping out the neighbors and you will wind up getting laws about mandatory altitudes over all property except yours, and it will be way up there in altitude
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What's the probability that someone you don't know will know when you have kids at your house AND the person will own an expensive drone AND that the kids will be outside AND that the kids will be wearing some kind of swim gear? Probably something like .001% probability. It'd be more likely that the kids would get hit by lightening, but because of that do you require your kids to stay inside?
More likely the drone you see is one that got away from its owner and you'll probably find it next year hanging from the top of a tree.
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There is absolutely NO reason for you or anyone else to fly over my land and take video/pics other than for nefarious reasons, be it for thievery, or get your rocks off peeking in on us and our grand children swimming and laying out.
True. That would be a privacy issue.

But you don't actually own or control the airspace over your land. The FAA owns and controls all airspace in the USA.

For example, it is illegal to fly a drone in a national park, designated wildlife area, or designated wilderness area. But the states and National Park Service do not control the airspace, so as long as a drone is launched and landed outside the limits, it is legal to fly over these areas. A drone operator is still limited to the unaided line-of-sight rule I mentioned previously.

It is also against the rules to fly a drone over people, but you can if they are in cars. Flying over your kids playing in your yard would be a violation. In the past, you would have to call the FAA to report the violation. The new rules being cooked up may allow the local cops to enforce violations.

5 years ago, drone rules didn't exist, so life was simple. Today, it is much more complex and getting worse.

Personally, I would never have invested in a drone had I known how complex the limiting the rules would turn out to be.
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What's the probability that someone you don't know will know when you have kids at your house AND the person will own an expensive drone AND that the kids will be outside AND that the kids will be wearing some kind of swim gear? Probably something like .001% probability. It'd be more likely that the kids would get hit by lightening, but because of that do you require your kids to stay inside?
More likely the drone you see is one that got away from its owner and you'll probably find it next year hanging from the top of a tree.
Where didja pull those "probability" statistics from?

I take it your one of those drone fans huh?

Probably would allow the .gov to enter your adobe w/o cause or warrant, because, well because if you have nothing to hide what is the big deal huh!

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We have had a high quality drone hover over/around our rural property a time or 2. I pull out our anti-drone-gun (pictured below), make sure the drone can get a view of it & they beeline away. If not, I would get some drone shooting practice.

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That is some gun you have bunkerbuster, does that feed reliably ?
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