DJI

Internet Insecurity

DJI Is Offering Money to Security Researchers to Stop DIY Hackers From Owning Its Drones

The drone maker is offering between $100 and $30,000 to hackers who find and report vulnerabilities in the software of its unmanned aerial vehicles.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
8.28.17
Right to fly

Drone Hackers Are Pissed at the Guy Who Flew Near an Airliner

“Ruining the hobby for everyone.”
Ben Sullivan
7.18.17
Right to fly

We Talked to the Guy Selling a Pre-Hacked Drone on eBay

Brand new, never flown, rooted.
Ben Sullivan
7.14.17
DRONES

This Video Shows How a Drone Creates Airport Chaos

An air traffic controller's view.
Ben Sullivan
7.11.17
Right to fly

DJI Is Locking Down Its Drones Against a Growing Army of DIY Hackers

Drone hackers have forced DJI into an arms race.
Ben Sullivan
7.7.17
Right to fly

Drone Pilots Are Buying Russian Software to Hack Their Way Past DJI's No Fly Zones

It's an arms race.
Ben Sullivan
6.21.17
ownership

Why Is Drone Manufacturer DJI Trying to Fight ISIS?

Today, it's fighting terrorism. But drone no-fly zones are a fundamentally new restriction on the concept of ownership.
Jason Koebler
5.1.17
drone drama

Drone Pilots Are Freaking Out About Canada’s Strict New Regulations

Some hobbyists say they might give up their drones for good.
Bryson Masse
3.27.17
Remote controlled Enforcement

Iraqi Federal Police Are Weaponizing Off-the-Shelf Drones, ISIS-Style

Will this set a counter-terrorism precedent for other police forces?
Ben Sullivan
3.3.17
cinema

Ryan Phillippe and 'Stranger Things' Kid Star in a Film Shot Entirely on a Drone

UAV Intentions.
Carl Franzen
11.15.16
DRONES

Biologists Are Now Collecting Whale Snot With Drones

Whale "blow" is liquid gold.
Sarah Emerson
6.1.16
Facebook

This Facebook Group Recovers Photos From Inside Chinese Drone Factories

This group is revealing the weird mundanities of electronics manufacturing.
Jason Koebler
10.16.15
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