Drone owners have been expecting this. But the NDA (National Drone Association) will be fighting it. We feel it's our right to own drones and they'll have to pry mine from my cold dead hands. Of course there's the drone show loophole: if you buy your drone at a drone show no registration is required. I suppose some form of psychological testing will be next. It's such a shame: when drones are outlawed only outlaws will have drones. Drones don't take down planes, people take down planes. But when you consider the number of deaths from drones - 32,000 last year - something really does need to be done. :)
BobT3218: That surprises me. I left Google for Firefox. Unlike most other browsers, Google refuses to implement colour management resulting in colours that look wrong. Have they fixed it in Google+ or what?
I use Firefox as it's the only browser that supports image profiles and monitor profiles. My images look fine when viewed on Facebook or Skydrive. Not so good on Google+. They appear faded and lifeless. Makes Google+ a non-starter for me.
Very good. It is this type of content that brings me back to dpreview.
Lots of effort to produce the "Book" module but I still can't add formatted image metadata (Title or Caption for example) to a print in the "Print" module. Come on Adobe. Just do it.