If I can fly my drone up to 400 feet above my house, then I am making use of that airspace, which makes that MY airspace according to your, and the court's reasoning.
No, if you fly 400 feet above your house, you're in THE airspace. Not YOUR airspace.
but there is nothing intrinsically different about police officers that makes them honest.
And yet we apply this on a professional scale quite often. e.g. Australian government documents often need signatures witnessed. The gold standard is by a justice of the peace, a judge, or an attorney. However then we get down to medical professions such as doctor, chiropractor, physio, nurse, etc. To the questionable such as an engineer who is a registered member of engineers Australia excluding student members, police officer, sheriff, or a permanent employee of the Australian postal service with at least 5 years continuous service. All the way to the down right hilarious such as a member of parliament or the local government.
The only thing that's intrinsically different about the people on the list is that their employment contract or membership contract requires swearing to be truthful and act in good faith. At least this applies to everyone except the last example. E.g. If I in bad faith breath the trust placed in me, it may not only get me fired but also de-registered as an engineer. The same should *in theory* apply to police and that *in theory* should keep them honest.
Fine for me.
Could that be because Facebook don't offer this kind of service?
It is much easier to suggest solutions when you know nothing about the problem.