Ethics: You’re not doing it right

The “drone industry” (whatever that is) has released an “ethics code”.

If you have to have an ethics code, it means you’re unethical and you’re just trying to fool people.

Honest people don’t have to tell everyone they’re honest.

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6 Responses to Ethics: You’re not doing it right

  1. Les Jones says:

    Before I do anything I like to ask myself, “Self, would this be compatible with the high standards set by American’s corporations, such as Enron?”

  2. Kristopher says:

    Their own ethics code now forbids them to fly lower than 500′ unless landing.

    They might have wanted to re-think following FAA regs.

  3. Borepatch says:

    Why does this make me think of P.G. Woadhouse and Bertie Wooster at the Drone’s Club?

    Perhaps the DHS needs a Gentleman’s Gentleman?

  4. Chris C. says:

    I found that out the hard way about 25 years ago. Took a job with a recruiting firm that had their Code of Ethics posted all over their office. Turns out everyone was violating all 10 or 12 of them every day. Well, everyone except me, who lasted 6 weeks before “agreeing to leave”. The firm no longer is in business.

  5. TomcatTCH says:

    “Do no evil” is right up there with “People’e Republic of”

  6. Kaerius says:

    “Unmanned aerial vehicles, now used by the military, law enforcement and government agencies, will be available for commercial use by 2015.”

    Now that is a scary sentence.

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