France, as explained upper.
It's like that in France. I have, for using a drone professionaly, to get the theorical part of private pilot license. I also have to obtain a skill competence claim that prove I'm able to safely pilot a drone.
My drone have to respect some "scenario" defined by our regulator(the french equivalent of your FAA), based on weight and urban or not place to fly. Away from humans or animals, my drone mtow must be under 8 kgs. It does never go more than 100 meters away horyzontaly and 150 meters verticaly, and always visible. Near humans or animals, the mtow must be under 2 kgs (or 4 with a parachute).
My drone also need to obtain an approval from the regulator after giving them all the technical informations and flying procedures I use. Without it, no way...
And, last but not least, I have to respect all the flying rules, CTR, P and R zones, TRA, TSA, etc, etc.
But, at the end of the day, even with these stricts regulations, France is one of the most active pro market for drone in the world. And a very safe one for all the aerial users and plane passengers.