“When they don’t fly safely, they’ll know there will be consequences,” Federal Aviation Administration chief Michael Huerta said already. “We require car registration to ensure safety and accountability, and we should do the same for drones,” said Sen. Edward Markey, D-Massachusetts in a statement. Authorities also want to require existing drone owners to register retroactively. It was not specified yet what personal information will be used by the registry. Drones that fly too close to aircraft are a danger. It is however supposed tat some drone owners will not register drones. According official estimation, there are hundreds of thousands of drone operators throughout the U.S. Estimates indicate a million or more drones could be purchased this coming holiday season. At the same time, the FAA announced it’s testing anti-drone technology.