With drones continuing to increase in popularity, they are appearing on many holiday wish lists. However, even the most casual drone user must abide by certain rules and regulations. Reporter Lauren Ohnesorge with the Triangle Business Journal recently spoke with partner Stephen Hartzell about the responsibilities that come with this high-tech gift.
Hartzell says hobbyists need to understand they can’t fly “anytime, anywhere.”
“Consumers should not use drones to invade privacy, take surreptitious photographs, annoy or harass other people,” he says. “They should fly only where it is safe and appropriate to fly.”
The article can be found here.