Dana & Parks: Law allows police to view your doorbell videos without permission

Ring doorbell camera
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If your home surveillance system includes a video doorbell or other cloud-based cameras, this story might leave you feeling a little uneasy.

A report from CNET indicates that Amazon, which owns Ring video doorbells, and Google, which makes Nest home cameras and video doorbells, will give recorded surveillance footage to police -- without the user's permission and without warrants.

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Dana & Parks are joined by Kansas City-based technology expert Burton Kelso, who says this type of "law enforcement spying" is a major violation of privacy and should be outlawed.

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