Hello all, (first post) In my research I have found that it is illegal to fly your drone in any National Park http://www.cnn.com/2014/06/20/travel/national-park-service-drone-ban/ Article posted 6/20/2014 "The National Park Service announced Friday it is prohibiting drones -- properly called unmanned aircraft -- from all NPS-controlled lands and waters. That includes 84 million acres in every state and territory, including monuments, battlefields, historic sites, seashores, rivers and trails." Before I was aware of this I had videos posted to my Instagram from my drone footage (I've deleted it). So it got me the wondering.... If I were to be investigated for whatever reason, can the FAA or any other regulatory agency look at my social media accounts and or youtube account and charge me for whatever vidoes I have posted in a National Park? 1a: Does it matter if my account is on private? (I figure they're the gov and they can go into whatever they want anyway) Obviously an answer could be "Just don't post any video footage flying over illegal areas anyway" 1b: Retroactively, will people that have videos posted on youtube be fined as well because I see TONS of videos on youtube of people flying over places they shouldn't be "according to the law".