Drone technology is anticipated to have a $6.8 billion impact on the insurance industry.
Who’s allowed to shoot at drones?
As drones become more popular, so does the compulsion to grab a firearm and shoot nuisance drones from the sky. Here's what the law will allow.
By Christine G. Barlow, CPCU |
Updated on August 10, 2017
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In recent years, as drones became more popular and concerns arose about privacy and neighbors spying on neighbors, the topic of shooting drones out of the sky came up as well.
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