Google Nest camera can be shared your camera footage with law enforcement agencies in the US in certain circumstances. This update comes after Amazon gave headlines on video footage from its Ring security cameras to law enforcement, all without a warrant. Google Specify that the footage is only shared with police and it helps in case of emergency.
As per a report from CNET, two companies Amazon and Google now following these emergency practices. Some other companies are Arlo, Eufy, Wyze, and Apple don’t share data until a proper warrant.
Amazon and Google both say at the time of emergency the law agencies follow proper processes, with warrants and orders. But the time of emergency, like death or serious injurious this information taken by the Google Nest camera need to be shared. Google points out the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, and as per this Google may share information with law force without a subpoena.
Arlo, Eufy, Wyze, and Apple have clear that they don’t need to share any data. Apple and Eufy use end-to-end encryption, and because of that they don’t have any access to data. Amazon shares that they receive eleven requests from owners. In the back of 2019, there was a headline it state that employees had access to security cameras. If you need any security camera then you must see the best security cams from Arlo, Eufy, Wyze, and Apple.
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