Apple bans app that helps people track drone aircraft
All of the data presented by the app is already in the public domain on news sites and what not.
That’s unfortunate. Here in the U.S. it is said that we will soon be subjected to tens of thousands of drones spying on all of us, all the time. This sort of app would be helpful for the rest of us to communicate location, an act authorized under our First Amendment. Apple will unlikely allow that.