Pepperdine University Law Professor and Forbes contributor Greg McNeal went on WNYC public radio on Tuesday to discuss the rise of the commercial drone and all the controversy that comes with it.
The discussion, which features a guest appearance from notorious drone lawyer Brendan Schulman, breaks down the hurdles this new technology faces and the benefits it presents.
From WNYC: “More and more New Yorkers are flying drones in and around New York City. But the laws surrounding drone use aren’t so clear. Gregory McNeal, Professor at Pepperdine University School of Law and contributor to Forbes, discusses domestic drone laws and the issues drones pose in New York City.”
Listen to the program here:
To read more of Professor McNeal’s thoughts on drones, check out Alleged ‘Peeping Tom’ Photo Reveals Perils Of Drone Journalism, Six Things You Should Know About Amazon’s Drones and FAA Struggling To Deal With Drones.
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