Unfortunate that people are not considering the repercussions of how they operate their models.
Blatant violations of AMA rules at major events get applauded and posted on youtube.
Great way to prove AMA is self-policing...
Every day, AMA and Non-AMA flyers in the US are posting videos of their antics which are bound to lead to regulations and loss of flying sites.
USA doesn't have all of the idiots doing this... plenty from other countries who may or may not be members of their nation's model aviation organizations.
Considering how AMA has reacted to my asking about the issue... I doubt they will do anything useful
Best they have done so far is a little note in Model Aviation saying (paraphrased) "don't post videos when you break the rules."