Can you get in trouble for posting drone videos?

Can you get in trouble for posting drone videos?

But if monetization, earnings or business advancement are going to come from those videos somewhere down the line, you’re in violation of FAA regulations if you filmed them without a license. What is this? The FAA Part 107 regulations are rules for drone operations for commercial purposes.

Can I post drone video on Facebook?

You can definitely post your drone videos and photographs on Facebook and other social media websites across the internet but if you are flying your drone commercially you are supposed to get a drone pilot’s license.

Can you post drone footage to YouTube?

If you have any intention at all of monetizing your YouTube videos, then you absolutely must get a Part 107 drone license. For this reason, it’s best to get a drone license before you even start uploading your drone videos online.

Can I fly a drone for personal use?

You must fly for hobby or recreation ONLY (no side jobs or in-kind work allowed). You must register your UAV with the FAA on the FAADroneZone website. You must fly within visual line-of-sight.

What do you need a Part 107 for?

Anyone flying a drone for commercial purposes — that is, not operating solely for recreation or hobby purposes — must obtain a Remote Pilot Certificate from the FAA to be certified to fly under Part 107. Flying commercial drone operations without certification can result in civil penalties with significant fines.

Do I need a license to fly a drone in the UK?

You must register before flying most drones or model aircraft outdoors in the UK. There are two requirements and you may need to meet both: if you’ll fly, you must pass a theory test to get a flyer ID. if you’re responsible for a drone or model aircraft, you must register for an operator ID.

Can someone fly a drone over my house UK?

Q: Is it legal to fly a drone over private property in the UK? A: According to UK laws regulated by the Civil Aviation Authority, consumer drones (classed as those that weigh under 25kg) must be flown no higher than 400 feet (120 metres).