Get ready to delve into the topic of personal security cameras and the increasing usage of these devices by homeowners. In today’s episode, Regan Brown and Bill Mann of The G.B. Group, Inc. are joined by John Hansen, Esq., Partner at Baydaline & Jacobsen LLP.
As property crimes continue to rise, the concern for break-ins has become a top priority for many homeowners. With the advancement of technology, security cameras are now more affordable and user-friendly than ever before, making them a popular option for home security. However, with this increased usage of cameras, there are some important questions that need to be answered.
Who is watching and what are the rules? These are the questions we’ll be exploring in today’s episode. We’ll delve into the rights of homeowners to protect their property and their right to privacy. We also discuss the importance of having a policy in place that sets the expectations for homeowners and helps avoid disputes in the future.
As homeowners, we all want to feel safe in our homes, and it’s the job of the homeowner association to set the expectations for what that looks like. Today’s episode will provide valuable insights and information for homeowners, property managers, and homeowner association boards on the use of personal security cameras and how to navigate the legal and policy aspects of this issue.
Are you considering installing security cameras in your home? Are you part of a homeowner association? Either way, this podcast is a must-listen. Join Regan Brown and Bill Mann of The G.B. Group, Inc. and John Hansen, Esq. as we discuss the ever-increasing personal camera usage and explore the questions surrounding who’s really watching, and what are the rules. Tune in now.
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