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FAA’s Remote Identification of Unmanned Aircraft Rule and Requirements Survives Constitutional Challenge

On August 19, 2022 by Schnader in Aviation

Brittany C. Wakim published an alert, “FAA’s Remote Identification of Unmanned Aircraft Rule and Requirements Survives Constitutional Challenge.”

The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia unanimously denied a petition to vacate the FAA’s Remote Identification of Unmanned Aircraft rule (“Remote ID Rule”) holding that the Remote ID Rule does not constitute an unreasonable governmental search that would violate the Fourth Amendment.

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