I have seen an official document on the FAA website that the total ban on UAV in a 30 mile radius of national airport has been lifted. However, the FAA's B4UFLY app has not been updated to reflect this fact. I live inside the 30 mile radius of National, but outside the 15 mile radius, so according to the printed information from the FAA, I am able to fly. However, the B4UFly app still shows the 30 mile radius, and so says I am in a restricted area and may not fly. Next, the no-fly radius shown in B4UFLY around Washington Dulles (IAD) now shows as 7 miles, even though everything I've seen in print is that it is a 5 mile radius. I am RIGHT at the edge of a 7 mile radius of Dulles, which (obviously) puts me well outside the 5 mile radius. Does anybody know why B4UFLY is showing a 7-mile radius? Next, what's the policy on small helipads? B4UFLY shows a helipad I've never heard of within a few miles of my house. How do I make sure I'm not in violation for flying within a 5 mile radius of this helipad? Finally, what about small local airports? In addition to Dulles, which is a major international airport, we have a number of small local airports in our area. There is a local quarry that I'd like to fly over, but it is about 2.4 miles from a small local airport. I'm not sure of the policy for flying in it's 5 mile radius. Can anybody shed some light on that?