The Federal Aviation Administration took the unusual step last week of cautioning people not to shoot at or disable drone aircraft flying near their locations. The FAA advisory came after the small Colorado community of Deer Trail considered an ordinance that would issue drone hunting licenses for $25 and would reward anyone with a license who shot down a drone by paying them $100. Congress has given the FAA until 2015 to implement new regulations concerning the use of unmanned drones in the US.

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