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Feb 8, 2013 | 1 Comment

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05:53 am - Thu, February 14 2013
Dances with Redwoods said:
Will the parents of a kid flying a kite that somehow inadvertently causes a drone to crash be held liable for any damage incurred to said drone?

And if so, to what extent? I remember back when I was a kid, an unmanned U.S Navy ship had broken free of it's tow cable during it's voyage to join the mothball fleet. Having then run aground, two golfers playing a round at the Sharp Park Course (Pacifica, Ca.) climbed aboard and successfully claimed salvage rights to the ship.

Just curious, will the same rules apply to drones?

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