PC World discusses the Federal Aviation Administration's new rules on drones with Marc Scribner.
Marc Scribner, a fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, said he believes the FAA should have gone further in its rules, allowing freer access to the skies and leveling the playing field between hobby and commercial operators.
“The FAA really seems intent on putting up a firewall between model aircraft operations and anything that could be used in a higher capacity,” he said. “If a kid wants to help out a realtor and make some extra money, they’re going to find they need a remote pilot airman’s certificate to do so.”
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