Amazon doesn’t charge any extra penny from customers for delivering products via Prime Air. In simple word, Amazon delivers products to its customers via Prime Air for absolutely ‘free’. So, here’s the contradiction between ‘fee’ and ‘free’.
I know the law gets insane sometimes but does anyone really believe that Prime Air is not commercial?
Apparently many do. (read my tweet stream).
Lesson in #FakeNews
I included that one example and the risk that someone will believe that I'm part of a conspiracy to keep the world from knowing the government is out to get them. (trust me. I'm predisposed to not trust anything out of 'the government' but this is just so silly). There are several more but I'm gong to just cite my guidelines that serve to see red flags:
- Link to a government document that gets reports there is no such document
- Quotes from Jeff Bezos, or any celebrity, that aren't backed up with a link
- Suggestions that a government entity has a feeling on something
- Using "Amazon did not comment" to imply that they were contacted
- Official Sounding website domains borrowing articles from other nonsense sites
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About that Nasty FAA and those Drones
I did some more research. The FAA has not issued a policy announcement of intent to set policy on the subject of drones since they got told they could require licenses on some. I did see some interesting talk about refund for people who bought drone licenses though. Seems they have plenty to do there.
The last news about "delivery by drones" I found was a Bloomberg report. Bloomberg wants you to watch their video, so I'll put there little thumbnail here and you can go watch two talking heads by clicking on it (or just look at the photo of the President and a drone and imagine)
It's interesting to me that in my search for another video report of this I didn't see any other mentions of this mundane meeting. I was expecting to find footage of an awkward camera shot or an official calling a drone a spaceship.
So it goes.
Amazon Vision of Deliveries by Drone Gets Boost in FAA Measure
By Ryan Beene
- FAA reauthorization proposal pushes for OK of drone deliveries
- U.S. to create new air carrier certificate for drones: bill