Would be interesting to know if the FAA is actually cracking down on this.
I certainly hope so. Drones are deceptively simple to use. The consequences of a mistake can be grossly out of scale compared to the device itself.
I expect that "enforcement" would be in the form of insurance companies refusing to cover damages.
Maybe they will look into local newspapers and TV stations as well - probably more guilty of more dangerous operations.
Beware of Amazon: using their permissions for BVLOS the whole of a new rail route (150 miles) has been flown using drones:
Quite why it wasn't done by a manned aircraft I don't know, but the firm doing the flying appear to have multi-million euro backing. You don't need a surveyor if you have sufficient cash.