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Racetrack Betting Drones Do Not Violate Copyright Law, Says UK GovernmentWritten by: Philip Conneller

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The UK government currently has no plans to prohibit the controversial use of drones around horse racing and other sporting events because they do not infringe copyright law. That’s according to Lord Callaghan, parliamentary under-secretary of state for the Department of Business, who was responding to questions in the House of Lords, the UK’s upper
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