Is The US Ready For A 'Gatwick Drone' Scenario?

Law360 (January 8, 2019, 3:13 PM EST) -- Over the holidays, as Vodafone debuted a seasonal and groundbreaking first drone delivery using 4G networks, drones in the United Kingdom made news for a different and darker reason. Rogue drone operators appeared to force the closure of Gatwick Airport, the second-largest airport in the U.K., by flying unidentified drones near the runway.

In the time since, this story has continued to evolve, with some news operations reporting that there may not ever have been any drones other than police drones, and other organizations suggesting that drones may have been a cover for closing the airport because of a cyber hack....

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