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Drones and business espionage – a new corporate threat

The idea that gadgets and what is perceived to be quirky technology can steal business information is overall something many…

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Drone disruption at events – Is it a real risk?

Disruptive technology is usually a good thing. When new tech breaks into our daily lives it is usually viewed with…

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Drones and Aircraft – A Dangerous Mix

Drones and Aircraft, the term suggests a dangerous mix, but are they really? In the past year, at least five…

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Drones and Contraband – Prisons and The truth

.When drones first came into the public eye they were viewed as a novelty. Indeed, they are currently used to…

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Drones and Privacy – What it means for you

Article eight of the European Convention on human rights articulates inter alia the right to a private life. Drones and…

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UK to Produce Legislation to Regulate Drone Use with a Drone Bill in 2018

To address concerns about illegal drone use the UK is looking to introduce new powers and regulation to allow police…

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Protecting Festivals From Drones

Drones could pose a safety risk at open-air festivals Large crowds and drones don’t mix, indeed operating a drone within…

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DJI Spy Drones and HMS Queen Elizabeth

Two significant drones stories emerge this week It has been reported that a hobby drone was used to take many…

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UK Considers ‘Red Flag Act’ for Drones

Will the Department for Transport’s recommendations for drone regulation harm the fledgling industry? In 1865 Britain introduced the ‘Locomotives on…

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DJI Takes Steps to Remove its Drones From the Battlefield

.The world’s leading commercial drone manufacturer, DJI, appear to have stepped into the conflict in Syria and Iraq. They have…

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