Who Really Owns Your Drones? | Electronic Frontier Foundation

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This announcement may have been an effort by the manufacturer DJI, whose Phantom model is one of the most popular consumer drone units, to avoid bad press and more regulation. But it also reinforced the notion that people who “own” these drones don’t really own anything at all. The manufacturer can add or remove features without their agreement, or even their knowledge.

via Who Really Owns Your Drones? | Electronic Frontier Foundation.

via Who Really Owns Your Drones? | Electronic Frontier Foundation.

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