It’s blue skies for U.S. drone entrepreneurs!

For the last two years, the FAA has been sending nastygrams to anyone caught flying model planes or other unmanned arial vehicles over U.S. airspace for “commercial purposes”  – like professional photography, journalism or farmland surveying. But last week, a judge clipped the FAA’s wings, ruling that the agency doesn’t have the authority to regulate small unmanned drones.

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