Drone register gives 'accountability' says FAA
A new US drone register will help promote a "culture of accountability" the administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Michael Huerta has told BBC Click.
Existing drone owners have until 19 February 2016 to put their details online. Anyone who does not comply could face heavy fines.
The FAA has said that in "severe cases" of drone abuse a criminal prosecution could result in a $250,000 (£175,000) fine and a maximum of three years in prison.