I know we are all excited that the FAA has finally made it possible for us to get a commercial license to fly our birds without taking a pilot's license with us. But has anyone noticed that the new rules specify that we cannot fly over people? This seems like the most onerous restriction I have heard out of any rules anywhere. I understand the dangers of flying over big crowds, concerts, stadiums, etc. (see the rules in the UK), but not over people? This means we cannot fly over a neighborhood, a park, a hiking trail, any roads anywhere, any rivers or lakes with boats, basically anywhere, because if we pass over "people" - even a lone hunter in a remote forest, we could be subject to FAA prosecution? And getting an exception to this, time after time, will likely be a cumbersome exercise in bureaucracy. Is anyone else thinking this is a terrible restriction? Or have I somehow misread the intent?