The law is still very fuzzy on the safety and privacy issues associated with drones
So while the subject remains unsettled, please allow me to suggest one humorous answer. If a drone strays onto private property, like over a swimming pool or near a window, it should be considered a SKEET, and on presentation of its parts to local authorities, a bounty should be paid to the shooter.
When the drone’s owner arrives to claim drone parts, the owner may retrieve the fallen drone by paying a sum matching the bounty paid to the shooter.
Does this sound like a good idea?
PS: Of course, it is NOT a good idea. I am just trying to inject a little humor into the morning. But the availability of drones to a broad number of people will certainly become a problem to safety, privacy and even “homeland” security.