While it is always fun to bask in the glory of a paranoid protectionist society, it is sometimes useful to consider the realities of a situation.
Yes, Drones around the edge of airports are very very stupid.. however hitting a drone will not immediately slam an aircraft in to the ground
killing everyone aboard. If it hits most of the plane - little or nothing will happen. If one of the engines takes it in, that engine will be wrecked
in much the same way as sitting a large bird (which will also destroy an engine), and the aircraft will respond in much the same way.
Bird strikes happen, they are not even THAT unusual, and are well understood. Drone strikes are pretty much the same thing (at least for a
consumer scale drone..)
But lets all get desperately horrified at the prospect and make a whole new bunch of laws about it - dont worry if they are overly generic and
can be used in all sorts of unexpected ways - we can just trust the police to selectively enforce them for our benefit and never use them
for anything but good...
Ignoring, for what its worth, the fact that, of course, there are ALREADY laws that clearly apply - restricting the use of model aircraft, balloons,
and just about anything else in the region of airports and flight paths, which are more than able to be applied right now - no, what we should do
is rush out and make a new set of laws, because... well... just because! We will magically be safe because of them!
After all, a drone is nothing like a remote controlled helicopter, or plane, or model rocket, or... oh, wait...