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You’re probably familiar with the concept of the no-fly zone: It’s protected airspace over, say, sensitive military areas or the Kurdish areas of Iraq. But you might be surprised to learn there’s a no-fly zone over Disneyland in Anaheim, and one over Disney World in Florida. A lobbyist managed to get it to block banner advertising over the park. Is it an abuse of no-fly zones?

Guests:
Matt Pearce, Los Angeles Times

David Koenig, freelance writer and editor

More:
No-fly zones over Disney parks face new scrutiny

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