They deserve neither because regulation can't work. Nobody here is "all for letting idiot kids shine lasers into cockpits." That's retarded and you know it. Why did you type it?
Lets hold the "does this make a lick of sense" argument for a second. How often do you go to your lawyer and ask about government regulation of new toys you buy? Websites you visit? Do you even HAVE a lawyer? No. Most people reading this do not.
So you go buy your drone and start flying it around. So hypothetically, some cop is going to look up, see a drone, and think to himself, "self, this comfortable seated position is just too lazy. I should really look up the make and model of that drone, then scan a two mile radius around it for radio signals consistent with its design. When I find the source of the signal, I'll call up my buddy to come triangulate it with me. When we pinpoint the source, I'm going to walk on up and say 'sir, did you clear this flight with air traffic control?'"
What then? Huh? What then?
You look the cop in the eye and say "yes. Yes I did."
In other news, this XKCD shows some great math for calculating the odds of collision with objects LARGER than you are, when the atmosphere is completely saturated. Tl;dr: even if it RAINED drones, most flights would miss all of them without trying to dodge. I know that pilots will say otherwise. That's because the mental image of their fiery death is very accessible to them, and that makes it irrationally overstated. Math says this isn't an issue and never will be.