February 27, 2017
Technology continues to get smaller and more affordable, including surveillance cameras. “You can hide them, they are easily concealable and business is booming,” said Kansas City-based security expert Anthony Burnside. That’s great for protecting your home unless that home is listed on rental sharing sites like Airbnb. “Shockingly the law hasn’t caught up with video [recording],” said Business attorney Bernie Rhodes with Kansas City law firm Lathrop & Gage. “We don’t have any federal laws and for the most part we don’t have state laws on the recording of video, so we fall back on what we call the expectation of privacy.”…
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