Who are the key players? What are the big debates? And why do they freak so many people out?
Calo is a University of Washington law professor who has argued that drones may help propel larger conversations about the juncture of technology and privacy.
A former White House staffer, Ellman has pushed to open U.S. airspace to commercial drone flights.
Amazon executive Misener has contributed to the company’s plans for delivery drones.
In 2013, the Republican senator from Kentucky carried out an almost 13-hour Senate filibuster warning against the possibility of domestic drone strikes.
Ross, owner of the Miami Dolphins, invested $1 million in the Drone Racing League, helping to legitimize the nascent sport.
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