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Drones y Privacidad "La Verdad Real"

marzo 19, 2019
Drones y Privacidad "La Verdad Real"

Adan de http://www.aeroworksproductions.com Explica y explica parte de la verdad sobre los drones civiles aficionados y lo que realmente pueden capturar después de una reciente historia que supuestamente William Meredith derribó un dron con una escopeta que pensó que estaba flotando detrás de su Ventana y encima de su casa.

Para obtener más información sobre los UAV, las reglas de sUAS, también llamadas UAV, consulte los siguientes enlaces:

Donde puedo volar https://www.mapbox.com/drone/no-fly/

Reglas de la FAA http://www.faa.gov/uas/

WADA- http://www.modelaircraft.org .

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I have a Phantom 3 Pro. Awesome. And if someone shot it down, I would have my revenge. 4am hovering by his house. Chasing him in his car in the mornings. With caution, you'd never get caught, and he might have a stroke or heart attack from anger!

I see a house I like when driving or walking by. I got your address. Your town probably already has an eGIS, library or a courthouse with public records, and so I have your name for sure and your wife’s name now. I google and use “Fast People Search”… now I know everyone that lives with you, your phone numbers and your email addresses… Actually I don’t because I don’t care who you are, but funny enough you’re worried about losing your privacy to my toy UAV…. Google already knows more about you from search inferences than your own family does. 🤣

So what if it was 193' AGL! You make it sound like no one should be alarmed by any drone. You don't talk about the idiot operator who hovers 15' over your head while you're taking a walk down the street. Or the asshole who hovers outside a window looking in someone's house. Or!…the complete asshole who flies over an out of control wildfire and, by their actions, grounds fire fighting planes and helicopters (Durango, CO). Don't say it doesn't happen. Don't tell anyone it isn't an invasion of privacy. It isn't panic or paranoia or hysteria when something like this happens. It IS an invasion of privacy or a danger to others when these drones are flown recklessly or without consideration of others. How about the recent, factual stories of airports being shut down due to drone activity? Ol' Adam isn't exactly an objective observer/reporter of events. He's trying to sell drones.

Lmfao!!! Usually people get mad when you flying in the beach… I laugh ! Why? Because meanwhile there is a cellphone always pointing at you!!! Lmfao. Eagles eye. ☠️

You know I commented on this a while back and I've been looking at the hundreds and hundreds of comments on this board. And I didn't realize till today how many people have no respect for Law and Order. Shooting down a drone is against the law. Point Blank. You don't own the airspace above your house( above the area you legally allowed to build) above that the FAA has jurisdiction. it is United States airspace they can say, and make rules and laws that apply to every citizen of these United States, of what aircraft can fly in United States airspace. But most of the comments here give me the indication that nobody cares about the law their privacy is the end-all-be-all of existence here in the United States that can't be further from the truth. It is completely irrational that someone would shoot down a drone firing a gun in the sky and they don't know where that bullet is going to fall or shotgun not knowing where the pellets are going to fall and they justify that felony based upon their privacy. Wow what happens when you miss the Drone and you hit an airplane or some other aircraft that happens to be flying in the path of your bullet or the downward path of your bullet you can't possibly know it's Reckless and people are just not thinking this through.

Love that Class A RV!

Unfortunately there are some morons out there that will ruin the joys of flying camera quadcopters (not drones) for other responsible pilots.

I was waiting for a neighbor to blast them out of the sky hahahaa

was this guy in a normal sardine can neighborhood.. WTF is he doing Shooting any kind of gun like that WTF…..

I don't care about these drones, the ones to be concerned are those the government uses indiscriminately against us citizens without probable cause. Before all the bleating about conspiracy theorists engage brain and think. We have unwarranted data collection of our phone conversations, texts, shared photos, etc. Facebook along with all the social media outlets tracks and uses your activities to hound the users with targeted telemarketers, spam in our email that pushes products. Our privacy died when the first emails were sent, and the last coffin nail was set post-911. And still banks, among other businesses are hacked where tens of thousands of customer's identities are stolen and thieves make purchases, buy cars and houses with the victim's left holding the debt or having to fight the institution to clear their name and credit. I know the facts of my statements because I am former L.E.O. I worked in computer security, etc.If anyone is so concerned…then learn Falconry. Anyone who shoots down a drone, in most states and municipalities, it is a violation to discharge a firearm in reckless manner or discharge one within X amount of feet of a building. Shotgun pellets do not stop midair but come down onto cars, houses, and people. Injure a neighbor and the civil court can bankrupt you; especially if someone is fool enough to use a rifle or handgun.

For all the people bashing drone flying over someone's house haven't seen the latest SpaceX launch of Satellites. These are the size of a loaf of bread. Their goal is to to cover the planet and take pictures each day to see any changes that are going on.They can focus down to an object 4" long.People don't have to worry about drones World Governments are watching you each day.Start looking for those "Stand-A-Lone" telephone poles in your neighborhood.They are there for 5G and have cameras on them, microphones (triangulate gun shots), WIFI harvesting information on your phone.We have 1,500 going up on our side of town. There is 1 every 2 blocks with fiber cable running to them.

I'm glad you put this video out it's very education spokesman was very explainable I thank you very much for this information it gets a lot of people the right stuff to know that they're not being invaded like they think they are I have neighbors have drums and now I'll look at them a lot different thank you for the video have a great day

Public privacy aside, you should have the right to privacy in your own backyard. Take your drone to a public place and play to your delight. Over someone's house it deserves to be shot down.

I think we are probably genetically predisposed to aim projectiles at low flying or moving targets; my wife discharged a 410 at the dairy truck that happened to passing on one occasion a long time ago, accidentally of course. We don't have any firearms now but a drone in range must be very tempting. I can't imagine that folk would really be interested in spying on their neighbours, but what does the average pilot go looking for once they've mastered the actual flying. Quite an informative video I thought.

It's amazing that people think they can shoot other people's shit and not get in trouble. Your shooting a firearm in public at a toy! Grow up and join the fun. Nobody is iterested in you. Just enjoying a cool hobby. I hope all you Fuckin Drone shooting DUMBASSES get what's coming to you!!!! Shoot my mine, and you'll be pulling your Gun out of your lil o Butthole!!!!! Have a good day DICKHEADS!!!!!!

This is a problem that would be so easy to solve I can't understand why it's not addressed: that is, to define "private property" in three-dimensions. If a person's property is defined to extend some distance into the airspace above his legal property, then any object penetrating that airspace is also subject to the same laws that pertain to an object or person that intrudes upon his property without his permission, and that person can legally apply any measures to that foreign object on, or "in" as this case may be, that local codes and ordinances allow him to apply to it.

Just wait for the day one of you drone drivers takes down a General Aviation aircrafts and kill some one.

9 times out of 10 the person flying the drone is flying it because it's fun or for the scenery. Nobody gives a shit about what your doing in your yard or home. No one's sitting on the other side of the camera beating off staring at you. Your just paranoid

People can also spy with cell phones. I remember when camera phones started coming out. Everybody was freaking out about it. Nowadays, it's the norm, and nobody worries. People are always afraid of new technology until they get used to it.

look folks dont blame any tech. blame the people who will use any and every thing they can to do evil. look at the ceos of networks. how they use tv to plant images in the mine of every body. people on the internet. people in bussiness. law . finances. music. every day life. peoples influences people in their inner circle. schools. religion. jobs. positions. of power and authority.and Number one MONEY.

So, correct me if I'm wrong you " Drone People"If I fly my drone over my next door neighbour pool and film or photograph his 16 years old daughter sunbathing – it's legal.If I put ten feet high step ladder and film or photograph across the fence his 16 years old daughter sunbathing – it's illegal.So which one is gonna be?

Shot them down.

Privacy in the US lol, the least thing to be worried about is a member of the public with a drone. The NSA knows more about you than you do.

Very well done even this was 3 years ago it still applies

"We can't make anybody out" ??? No one is outside. That proves nothing about invasion of privacy.

wow this video is from two years ago. Just ordered my first drone… Hubsan H501ss Advanced. I subbed to keep up on things and to find you again. New to this at 51yrs old. Im looking for the rules and regulations and where to register if i need to. That drone cost as much as my house. Selling house (jk)

what he failed to tell you depending on the state you are in you own the air space 500 ft above your property and it is a public place they must have your permission to fly over your property under 500 ft and if they do they are subject to trespass and invasion of privacy. Again depending what state you are in check your state ruling easiest way is to google it.

Just because something is legal, doesn't make it a "good" thing, or even something to be accepted with no questions. I love drones, and I love my rights to fly, but I don't abuse the right just because it's a right. I don't go buzzing above people's back yards and such. That is just lame behavior, and invites legal actions to kill the drone industry. People, think this through! Behave with your drone and don't push the limits just because something is technically "legal". Be respectable. It's really simple. That is unless you wish to invite more legal actions against drones altogether.

Correct. All these people think a drone is spying on them is a loser. They think they are very important. They are a joke in reality

With drones there's no consequences , say if your walking past your neighbors house ,you can see him/her and he /she can see you .With a drone YOU CAN'T BE SEEN, THAT'S MY POINT , you might be a pedifile or a burglar or whatever. THERE'S NO DRONE I.D……..THAT'S MY POINT!!!!!!!

While you were in flight with the third drone, busy with the I pad and stylis pen, did you have "Eyes on" the drone? I honestly don't know how you can do that while respecting FAA regulations. You have a monetary page and it furthers your business to post this right? Semper Fly, Gunny J. OUT!

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