Drones are getting more and more popular not only because their prices are decreasing, but probably mainly because they simply allow you to take stunning shots. However there are some concerns that quadcopters and other remotely controlled flying devices can be dangerous. Only recently we posted about a DJI Phantom 2 that fell out of the sky for no apparent reason (you can read this post here), so problems indeed exist and concerns surrounding drone safety should not be surprising. Caleb Ward of Premiumbeat reports another story, of a runner at the Geraldton Endure Batavia triathlon in western Australia who received injuries after allegedly being struck with a drone. This is probably why the regulations in regard to drone piloting are now a bit stricter and there are already "no drone" zones in America. If you own a drone and wonder where you cannot use it, here's an amazing interactive map by The Verge that brings the answer:
Please note though that as reported by Caleb, this map only takes into account “no fly zones” surrounding national parks, military bases, and airports.