Drones are new technology that the current legal system hasn't quite caught up with. Flying a drone is a privilege and not a right. Where does a person's right get infringed? My guess is by the power of the camera. If the camera can pick up details several hundred feet away then it is strictly a public land or large private land tract where it can fly without permission. It seems to me the only way around this is to grant permits (licenses?) to drone owners after they have been vetted/trained. Then if there is a complaint, they lose their permit/license. That also supposes the drones have identifying markers to determine who is in violation. But that isn't the way it is today.