Another bad part is for all the coverage and scary news hype, when it's posted that the FBI is asking people to contact them with any information, I'm just very glad I don't live anywhere near enough to be a suspect. Now everybody near there with a quadcopter (or any r/c aircraft - heck, close enough) can look forward to some friendly investigation from the FBI, if they have any nosy neighbors or people who know they have r/c aircraft start reporting them to the FBI. I've already been forwarded this story a few times by some of the old farts at my local club, I about need to tell them that NO I wasn't even in the same time zone! Every time this FPV stuff causes any uproar, they make sure to forward the articles to me, what with my FPV activities being seen by them as not unlike "those damn kids with their skateboards".
A major part of being able to do FPV is being able to "see and avoid". That's pretty much going to be in the laws worldwide - if you are flying something in airspace where other aircraft may be coming through, you MUST be able to keep aware of that, to SEE a jetliner coming, and AVOID letting it fly into you. Personally I just don't see a reason to fly FPV above 600-800 feet anyways (I never have, myself) and so long as you keep it below that, closer to 400 or less, you greatly GREATLY will reduce the risk of any full-size aircraft needing to test your ability to SEE and AVOID.