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The FAA Says You Can't Post Drone Videos on YouTube

 
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The FAA Says You Can't Post Drone Videos on YouTube
If you fly a drone and post footage on YouTube, you could end up with a letter from the Federal Aviation Administration.

Earlier this week, the agency sent a legal notice to Jayson Hanes, a Tampa-based drone hobbyist who has been posting drone-shot videos online for roughly the last year.

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WTF IS WRONG WITH THIS SHIT!
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FUKKK FAA AND DA GOOOOOBERMINT!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Wow that's annoying too bad i haven't registered mine
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Maybe the FAA needs to GFI.

Drone operators need to challenge this shit in court, or they are going to have all these BS regulations on them before they even get started!
Appeasement is feeding a crocodile, hoping he will eat you last.
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Maybe that is why the OP of this thread:

Thread: Update Aerial Pictures of Nibiru September 24th, 27th. And comparison with a view from Texas 29th.They are distracting you.

hasn't come back to his YT channel with new footage.
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They don't have the jurisdiction. Its not aviation.
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[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
They figured out a long time ago that its much easier to control people when we're all watching the same TV shows, listening to the same radio stations, going to the same movies, looking at the same billboards, eating the same food, and speaking the same language...

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The FAA said that, because there are ads on YouTube, Hanes's flights constituted a commercial use of the technology subject to stricter regulations and enforcement action from the agency. It said that if he did not stop flying “commercially,” he could be subject to fines or sanctions.

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WOW...


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Payday!!
They figured out a long time ago that its much easier to control people when we're all watching the same TV shows, listening to the same radio stations, going to the same movies, looking at the same billboards, eating the same food, and speaking the same language...

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The FAA said that, because there are ads on YouTube, Hanes's flights constituted a commercial use of the technology subject to stricter regulations and enforcement action from the agency. It said that if he did not stop flying “commercially,” he could be subject to fines or sanctions.

[link to motherboard.vice.com]


WOW...


:olderman:


Payday!!
 Quoting: Astral Goat


Are you people starting to realise yet that law only has jurisdiction if you are selling something. In other words commercial.
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The FAA said that, because there are ads on YouTube, Hanes's flights constituted a commercial use of the technology subject to stricter regulations and enforcement action from the agency. It said that if he did not stop flying “commercially,” he could be subject to fines or sanctions.

[link to motherboard.vice.com]


WOW...


olderman


Payday!!
 Quoting: Astral Goat


Are you people starting to realise yet that law only has jurisdiction if you are selling something. In other words commercial.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71208876


remind me never to seek your legal advice!
They figured out a long time ago that its much easier to control people when we're all watching the same TV shows, listening to the same radio stations, going to the same movies, looking at the same billboards, eating the same food, and speaking the same language...

:music: [link to nextgenfmradio.com]
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The FAA can honk my bo bo.
I won,t say anything stupid in your thread for $1.98
red this ya spastic booger eaten weirdo
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The FAA said that, because there are ads on YouTube, Hanes's flights constituted a commercial use of the technology subject to stricter regulations and enforcement action from the agency. It said that if he did not stop flying “commercially,” he could be subject to fines or sanctions.

[link to motherboard.vice.com]


WOW...


:olderman:


Payday!!
 Quoting: Astral Goat


Are you people starting to realise yet that law only has jurisdiction if you are selling something. In other words commercial.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71208876


remind me never to seek your legal advice!
 Quoting: Astral Goat


Even after posting exactly what is just said yourself you're still ignorant. There is no hope.
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Re: The FAA Says You Can't Post Drone Videos on YouTube
If you fly a drone and post footage on YouTube, you could end up with a letter from the Federal Aviation Administration.

Earlier this week, the agency sent a legal notice to Jayson Hanes, a Tampa-based drone hobbyist who has been posting drone-shot videos online for roughly the last year.

[link to motherboard.vice.com]
 Quoting: EndGameShowWW3


If you monetize your videos, then you are potentially in trouble. If you just post your videos to youtube without monetizing them then the FAA has no leg to stand on.
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If you fly a drone and post footage on YouTube, you could end up with a letter from the Federal Aviation Administration.

Earlier this week, the agency sent a legal notice to Jayson Hanes, a Tampa-based drone hobbyist who has been posting drone-shot videos online for roughly the last year.

[link to motherboard.vice.com]
 Quoting: EndGameShowWW3


Any drone material you find on my channel is all cgi.

prove otherwise!
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If you fly a drone and post footage on YouTube, you could end up with a letter from the Federal Aviation Administration.

Earlier this week, the agency sent a legal notice to Jayson Hanes, a Tampa-based drone hobbyist who has been posting drone-shot videos online for roughly the last year.

[link to motherboard.vice.com]
 Quoting: EndGameShowWW3


If you monetize your videos, then you are potentially in trouble. If you just post your videos to youtube without monetizing them then the FAA has no leg to stand on.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


The same thing happened to FSP Russia for his use of explosives.
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If you fly a drone and post footage on YouTube, you could end up with a letter from the Federal Aviation Administration.

Earlier this week, the agency sent a legal notice to Jayson Hanes, a Tampa-based drone hobbyist who has been posting drone-shot videos online for roughly the last year.

[link to motherboard.vice.com]
 Quoting: EndGameShowWW3


Any drone material you find on my channel is all cgi.

prove otherwise!
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I have had this help me in court. Constantly mix real and cgi footage and the prosecution will have trouble.
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Re: The FAA Says You Can't Post Drone Videos on YouTube
If you fly a drone and post footage on YouTube, you could end up with a letter from the Federal Aviation Administration.

Earlier this week, the agency sent a legal notice to Jayson Hanes, a Tampa-based drone hobbyist who has been posting drone-shot videos online for roughly the last year.

[link to motherboard.vice.com]
 Quoting: EndGameShowWW3


If you monetize your videos, then you are potentially in trouble. If you just post your videos to youtube without monetizing them then the FAA has no leg to stand on.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


The same thing happened to FSP Russia for his use of explosives.
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I wasn't aware that was their reasoning, I'm not as familiar with the regulations on explosives, but yes he's one of the most successful monetizers of youtube out there.
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If you fly a drone and post footage on YouTube, you could end up with a letter from the Federal Aviation Administration.

Earlier this week, the agency sent a legal notice to Jayson Hanes, a Tampa-based drone hobbyist who has been posting drone-shot videos online for roughly the last year.

[link to motherboard.vice.com]
 Quoting: EndGameShowWW3


The FAA didn't say that one cannot "post drone videos on You Tube." Rather, the FAA was saying that, under certain circumstances, if one does post drone videos on You Tube, that will lead to such drone use being deemed "commercial," giving rise to FAA jurisdiction (and enforcement).
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If you fly a drone and post footage on YouTube, you could end up with a letter from the Federal Aviation Administration.

Earlier this week, the agency sent a legal notice to Jayson Hanes, a Tampa-based drone hobbyist who has been posting drone-shot videos online for roughly the last year.

[link to motherboard.vice.com]
 Quoting: EndGameShowWW3


The FAA didn't say that one cannot "post drone videos on You Tube." Rather, the FAA was saying that, under certain circumstances, if one does post drone videos on You Tube, that will lead to such drone use being deemed "commercial," giving rise to FAA jurisdiction (and enforcement).
 Quoting: FairQueue


Right, because the videos are being "monetized," so the uploader is making cash. Granted we're talking about a very small amount of cash in this case, but I doubt the amount matters. The best thing to do is to not monetize your videos. THEN the argument for the FAA gets difficult and interesting; if you the operator and uploader are not making any money from it, then I find it hard to believe they can successfully argue for jurisdiction simply because google makes money from your youtube video. In this case the operator unfortunately monetized his video.
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