Drone hobbyists say the media and the FAA regularly uses drone panic to enact strict regulations.
The drone maker is offering between $100 and $30,000 to hackers who find and report vulnerabilities in the software of its unmanned aerial vehicles.
“Ruining the hobby for everyone.”
Brand new, never flown, rooted.
An air traffic controller's view.
Drone hackers have forced DJI into an arms race.
Today, it's fighting terrorism. But drone no-fly zones are a fundamentally new restriction on the concept of ownership.
Some hobbyists say they might give up their drones for good.
Will this set a counter-terrorism precedent for other police forces?