The FAA's Drone Registry Will Make Your Address Public
If you don't register, you face steep civil and criminal penalties.By Evan Thomas | December 19, 2015
And according to a recent email from FAA representatives, the registration database — which includes names and addresses — will be publicly searchable.
This has greater privacy implications than what's listed right now on the FAA's website. Its FAQ states the FAA, the site contractor that runs the registry and occasionally law enforcement will have access.