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Old 12-14-2015, 01:58 PM
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Yes. Most of us have been acting responsibly for decades. Yes, some sort of regulation ENFORCEMENTS are needed. But this FAA plan is useless and potentially illegal. You must ACT or lose more rights.

I urge everyone to file for an exemption. I am certainly not against commercial use of RC aircraft (I do not use the "D" word). But for the FAA to already grant some 2500 (and counting) exemptions merely because a company promises to fly below 400ft, outside of geo-fences, and have a spotter is not grounds for an exemption that will not be granted to a responsible hobbyist. If you allow this you might as well hang up your hat. Register for an exemption based upon discriminating factors. Google is watching.
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One must hold a sport pilots ticket or above to qualify for a section 333 exemption.
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