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In order to give some advantages for the readers, beyond than provide drone related information, I am giving away 78% off discount on my online course – Drones: Step by step to build and fly a racing quadcopter, hosted at Udemy.com website.

The January Udemy discount on my drone course is over and I decided do create some discount coupons to extend the promotion by myself, available for my readers.

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Drones: Step by step to build and fly a racing quadcopter

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You may be powerless to stop a drone from hovering over your own yard

William Merideth had just finished grilling dinner for his family when he saw a drone hovering over his land. So he did what he said any Kentuckian might do — he grabbed his Benelli M1 Super 90 shotgun, took aim and unleashed three rounds of birdshot.

“The only people I’ve heard anything negative from are liberals that don’t want us having guns and people who own drones,” said the truck company owner, now a self-described “drone slayer.” Downing the quadcopter, which had a camera, was a way to assert his right to privacy and property, he said.

The drone was owned by John Boggs, a hobbyist, who told authorities he was trying to take pictures of the scenery. He argues in a lawsuit filed this month in U.S. District Court in Louisville that Merideth did not have the right to shoot the craft down because the government controls every inch of airspace in America.

For decades, the issue of who controls the nation’s air didn’t matter much to everyday Americans. Planes, after all, typically must stay hundreds of feet above ground while in the air.

But drones that can take off or land almost anywhere — and the tech companies who dream of using them to deliver goods to your front porch — are igniting a debate over who exactly owns the air just above ordinary homes and lawns.

“There is gray area in terms of how far your property rights extend,” said Jeramie Scott, national security counsel at the Electronic Privacy Information Center. “It’s going to need to be addressed sooner rather than later as drones are integrated into the national airspace.”

The issue is becoming more urgent as drones are crowding America’s skies: The Consumer Technology Association estimated 700,000 were sold last year.

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Learn to build your racing quadcopter for just $10!

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Today is the last day of Udemy’s promotion called “Resolve to Achieve”. Many courses for just $10, including mine!! It´s 78% off. Promotion ends on Jan 11, 2016 , 11:59PM PST.

Drones: Step by step to build and fly a racing quadcopter.

Learn to build and fly a racing quadcopter from scratch, with accessible cost components and equipment.

Instructed by Silvio A C Gollega Jr