By Linda Chiem (April 3, 2018, 1:32 PM EDT) -- The Federal Aviation Administration is still fine-tuning rules to more widely integrate unmanned aircraft systems, or drones, into the national airspace, creating an opening for lawsuits questioning how the emerging technology should be regulated.
After finalizing a 2016 rule governing the commercial use of small drones — with a number of limitations, including on nighttime flying — the FAA is now working on new rules addressing how to remotely track and identify drones, manage drone traffic or ease some of its existing restrictions.
But as drone technology continues developing faster than regulators can keep up with it, the drone litigation landscape...
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