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In this photo released by Siam 360 and taken from a drone, anti-government protesters stage a rally, calling for Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to step down, at Democracy Monument in Bangkok, Thailand, Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013. In the United States, the Federal Aviation Administration is developing new rules as the technology makes drones far more versatile, but for now operators can run afoul of regulations by using them for commercial purposes, including journalism. (AP Photo/Siam 360)

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In this frame grab made from a Oct. 11, 2011 video available from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Florida Highway patrol officer Donna Jane Watts arrests Miami Police department officer Fausto Lopez. Watts stopped Lopez, who was traveling at 120 miles per hour as he was heading to an off-duty job. The confrontation got Lopez fired and was the start of harassing and threatening phone calls for Watts. (AP Photo/Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles)

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In this frame grab made from a Oct. 11, 2011 video available from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Florida Highway patrol officer Donna Jane Watts approaches Miami Police department officer Fausto Lopez with her handgun drawn after Watts stopped Lopez, who was traveling at 120 miles per hour. The confrontation got Lopez fired and was the start of harassing and threatening phone calls for Watts. (AP Photo/Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles)

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In this March 2012 photo provided by The University of Missouri, in Columbia, Mo., is a DJI 550 drone with an attached camera mount that the university says is probably the model it will file for permission to use. The FAA is developing new rules as the technology makes drones far more versatile, but for now operators can run afoul of regulations by using them for commercial purposes, including journalism. (AP Photo/University of Missouri, Zach Garcia, File)