Drone-assisted hunting banned in Alaska

The Alaska Board of Game has approved a measure to prohibit hunting big game with the aid of remote-controlled, camera-equipped aircraft, commonly called drones. “What happens a lot of times is technology gets way ahead of regulations, and the hunting regulations don’t get a chance to catch up for quite a while,” said Capt. Bernard Chastain, operations commander for the Wildlife Troopers. Anchorage Daily News.