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Facebook is reportedly in talks to acquire Titan Aerospace, makers of near-orbital, solar-powered drones that can fly for five years without needing to land. According to TechCrunch sources, Facebook is interested in using these high-flying drones to blanket parts of the world without Internet access as part of its internet.org initiative. Our poll today asks if you like the idea of Facebook, a company that already has a lot of information about you, owning a drone company? Cast your vote and post your comments below.

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