For the second night in a row, mystery drones have been spotted buzzing around various landmarks in central Paris despite strict bans on such flights. The incidents follow similar happenings last year involving quadcopter flights over French nuclear plants. The post Mystery drones continue to fly over Paris landmarks appeared first on Digital Trends. View original article at Digital Trends

Three Al-Jazeera journalists were arrested for illegally flying a drone in Paris on Wednesday after unidentified drones flew over the Eiffel Tower and key Paris landmarks for two nights in a row, at a time of high security across the country. See also: An animated history of drones The journalists — foreign nationals aged 70, 54 and 36 who work for the Doha-based international broadcaster — were taken into custody Wednesday afternoon after police spotted a drone flying in the Bois de Boulogne woods in western Paris, said…

A popular argument used by law enforcement and drone enthusiasts, when people say they are worried about drones spying on them, is this: The cameras on drones just aren’t that good, a drone would have to be right next to you for it to be able to see anything important. Say goodbye to that argument, forever.This is the Aeryon HDZoom30, a camera that can be mounted to the SkyRanger, a small drone used by the military, law enforcement, and commercial operators. And it can see your face or license plate,…

Three journalists for the Qatar-based channel Al-Jazeera are arrested for the alleged illegal flying of a drone in the Bois de Boulogne area of Paris. View original article at BBC World News

NDTV3 Al-Jazeera journalists arrested for flying drone over ParisFox NewsPARIS – Three Al-Jazeera journalists have been arrested for illegally flying a drone in Paris Wednesday, after unidentified drones flew over the Eiffel Tower and key Paris landmarks for a second night running. It’s further baffled French authorities who are . View original article