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havok1287 Repetition is reputation! I'm not going to wait for my chance, I will realize the opportunities that are in front of me or go create my own! #honestAbeishonest #hustlingsincethe1800s #empirebuilding #forgeyourself 1h

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johannavoss Friday morning empire building. 1. Sweat it out with an early morning run 2. Hydrate 3. Replenish 4. Caffeinate 5. Outreach 6. Repeat steps 2-5. #bolderinboulder #usanalifestyle 4h

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shoelushnyc Y'all got me outside doing shipment for #shoesfromlastnight in the cold and I'm nowhere remotely near done yet #mylife #smallbusiness #NY #womenowned #entrepreneurs #femaleentreprenuer #empirebuilding #girlboss #shoes #hardwork #cold 4h

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realtorjoslynn Will you sign-up?

At NoFlyZone.org, addresses nationwide can be registered and added to a map of properties where owners have expressed their desire to keep drones away. Similar to a Do Not Call list, NoFlyZone is sharing the addresses with a coalition of seven drone manufacturers, who will pass the information on to their users and code geofences around the registered properties to physically keep drones from flying near them.

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NoFlyZone founder and CEO Ben Marcus notes that participation by drone companies is voluntary, and it is up to them to ensure their users are complying with the no-fly list. "We cannot guarantee that no drones will fly over a registered property, but the number should be greatly reduced," Marcus says.

Interest in the service has soared since its launch in early February, and NoFlyZone’s coalition is expected to expand to include more drone makers, he says. And nearly 10,000 properties per week have been registered on the site, he adds.

This isn’t necessarily bad news for real estate professionals who are eagerly awaiting a legal clearing for commercial drone use in the country. NoFlyZone is planning an app that will allow home owners to customize their preferences for the airspace above their homes, potentially granting their agents special access to use drones above their properties.

Of course, all of that won’t mean much until the FAA finalizes its drone rules, which won’t happen for another two years. Currently, the FAA bars the use of commercial drones, but last month, it released proposed rules to grant permission for those weighing less than 55 pounds to fly at up to 500 feet above ground. However, the rules would forbid commercial drones from flying at night and require operators to pass a written test.

The FAA is seeking public comment on the proposed rules through April 24.
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ahdavisj Yes ma'am yes ma'am!! Lol! Good morning! #Repost @beedy_the_black_nail_tech
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Just in case you were worried or wondering. I could care less about being known but PAID is a MUST . AND IT DOES NOT MATTER YOUR STATUS OR WHO YOU ARE....GIMME MY MONEY in my @jussiesmollett voice #EmpireBuilding its nothing personal only business.
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beedy_the_black_nail_tech Just in case you were worried or wondering. I could care less about being known but PAID is a MUST . AND IT DOES NOT MATTER YOUR STATUS OR WHO YOU ARE....GIMME MY MONEY in my @jussiesmollett voice #EmpireBuilding its nothing personal only business. 7h

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