Tag Archives: North Dakota

Drone Flights Over Football Fans

For the first time in the U.S., a commercial drone equipped with a parachute safety system was permitted to fly over people during a football game in North Dakota last week. A DJI Phantom 4 being controlled by a North Dakota drone operator, Botlink, used a drone safety solutions company’s “SafeAir System” (ParaZero) to conduct … Continue Reading

Ten Drone Test Sites Expand States’ Regulatory Role

At test sites in 10 states –Alaska, California, Florida, Nevada, North Dakota, North Carolina, Kansas, Oklahoma, Virginia and Tennessee – the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) granted local-backed drone projects special licenses to test new ways of flying. At these test sites, drone package delivery and nighttime flights will be conducted, which are typically prohibited … Continue Reading

Proposed Legislation in New York Would Recognize Enforceability of BlockChain Transactions and Explore Applications of Technology

While the investment potential of cryptocurrencies, including BitCoin, has been all over the news in recent weeks, state governments have begun to explore the practical applications of blockchain – the technology underlying BitCoin.  In New York, Assemblyman Clyde Vanel introduced four bills in late November related to blockchain technology. The first, Assembly Bill 8780, would … Continue Reading

North Dakota Medicaid Recipients’ Data Found in Dumpster

The North Dakota Department of Human Services (NDDHS) is notifying 2,452 Medicaid recipients that their protected health information has been compromised when their records were discovered in a dumpster. On May 19, 2017, a member of the public discovered sensitive information in a dumpster and contacted NDDHS. The documents that were discovered included Medicaid worksheets, … Continue Reading
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