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Hollywood and Amazon want to free the drones

13
May
2014

\I would say it’s a priority for all the major studios,\ a spokesperson for the Motion Picture Association of America tells Bloomberg. And studios are putting their money behind it: across 2012 and 2013, the MPAA reportedly spent $4.11 million lobbying for drones. \It’s a priority for all the major studios.\The Federal Aviation Administration currently maintains a ban on commercial drone use, though that ban is currently amid an ongoing court challenge, which most recently saw a judge strike it down. The FAA is appealing that decision, but advocates hope that itll have to go back to the drawing board, where itll draft new regulations that allow some exceptions for appropriate commercial use.

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