Home Video Surveillance Without a Warrant? EFF Asks Appeals Court to Reconsider

Source: Hanni Fakhoury, February 6, 2013

The next time you allow a guest into your home for dinner, should you be worried they’re secretly video recording every detail of your home for the government? In a new amicus brief filed in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, we’ve asked the court to reconsider a decision finding that allowing someone into your home means you’re also placing yourself at the risk of warrantless home video surveillance.