Here is the proposal, comments are accepted until today(7/26/2017).
Prohibit use of trail cameras and electronic two-way communication as an aid to hunting big game: Develop rules to prohibit use of trail cameras, especially, but not limited to, live stream or other transmission of other real-time imagery, and the use of electronic communication (cellular phone call, texting, two-way radio communication) as an aid to hunting big game. This rule is not intended to prevent the use of telemetry or GPS collars on sporting dogs
I have no problem with trail cameras, enjoy using them and seeing the pictures they can produce even though I do not use them for hunting as of yet. I understand where live stream is beneficial, but for me not how I would choose to hunt. I would be fine if that wasn't allowed for a variety of reasons. What are others thoughts on: live stream or other transmission of other real-time imagery cameras?