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When we first wrote about drones a number of years ago, they were the hot new thing. Parents were buying them for their children as well as themselves, and concerns revolved around privacy and interference in commercial airspace. There were incidents of drones flying into buildings and the hope that drones could be useful when adjusting claims, in search and rescue missions, and many other activities beneficial to society. One of our first questions back in 2014 was whether drones were aircraft. The Federal Aviation Administration refers to drones as Unmanned Aircraft Systems, or UAS. A lot has changed. So where are we now?

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