Should drones be regulated?

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This past weekend, a Southwest Boeing 737 was on a final approach to LAX when the pilot told air traffic controllers they had a close call with a drone.

However, this isn’t the first time a drone has interfered with air traffic.

Officials in Chicago spotted a drone at 3,500 feet near the airport the previous day.

Many people have also expressed concern about drones and their privacy.

Now, there is a way to register your property as a “no fly zone.”

Despite all the controversy, drone sales topped $720 million last year with businesses clamoring to buy them.

Companies say they are a great way to deliver goods and an easy way to help with real estate listings.

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