Disney loved its no-fly zone — until it wanted to fly its own drones

The Washington Post reports Disney's request to gain an exemption to Temporary Flight Restrictions above Disneyland and Disney World in order to fly drones over the parks, and discusses the process with Marc Scribner.  

“The technology is certainly exciting, but the regulatory process is atrocious,” said Marc Scribner, research fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute. “Justifying the flight restrictions over Disney parks has always been laughable and was always a product of undue favoritism.”

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