Although unmanned aerial vehicles have caused privacy concerns in some, we shouldn't fear them, writes Eli Dourado, a research fellow with the Technology Policy Program at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Instead, we should embrace the technology, he asserts. "An entirely new platform for innovation awaits us, and if we can integrate commercial [unmanned aerial vehicles] into airspace without preemptive, heavy-handed regulation, the consequences -- and benefits -- could be as revolutionary as the internet itself. It's time to start seeing airspace as our next, great platform for innovation," he writes.

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