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Super Bowl a no-drone zone, while ads swarm on social

Facebook will target users with real-time ads during the big game and the FAA warns against flying drones near the stadium on Sunday. Perhaps the next Super Bowl will unleash drones to hunt down drones.

It's best not to drink and drone at the Super Bowl. (But if you do, at least get it to trend on social.)

With the big game approaching Sunday, Facebook is gearing up a new advertising strategy: target users with real-time ads based on activity. Real-time ads are what Twitter does best during the Super Bowl, and Facebook hopes to get in on the action.

You never know what will trend at the Super Bowl, but the FAA hopes it won't be a drone. Perhaps future drones will be programmed to not fly over stadiums. Or the government could just unleash a fleet of drone-hunting drones:

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Super Bowl a no-drone zone, while ads swarm on social