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I'm a Ham, have been since 2002. If I were to get some FPV gear I'd be the only person I know of at any of the fields I fly at who is licensed to use it. It's not exactly a very easily enforceable set of regulations, and I'm not sure there will be any action on it until it starts causing interference with something important or ticking people off. The FAA's UAS deal was the same thing - model aviation was a pretty well self regulated and mostly let be by the FAA and local governments for a long time. The difficulty and the expense of the hobby kept the ignorant away from it, that's not the case anymore and it created a problem that lawmakers felt the need to address, hence the widespread banning of model aviation from parks across the nation. I could see that happening with FPV.