Exploring the FAA Regulations on Drones

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The FAA says amateurs can fly drones during daylight as long as they're within the operator's line of sight. Commercial use is prohibited, but that might be about to change. Yesterday, the FAA gave Amazon permission to experiment with drones as a means for delivering packages. Other potential commercial operators -- including farmers, realtors, filmmakers and others — think it's about time they got into the action. That's according to Mike Kessler, a journalist and contributing producer to To the Point. He flew a drone for the first time and wrote about it for TakePart.com.