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Reena Bajowala Quoted in Bloomberg Law: "Surveillance Camera Hack Raises Legal Risk of Digital Devic Reena Bajowala Quoted in Bloomberg Law: "Surveillance Camera Hack Raises Legal Risk of Digital Devic

Reena Bajowala Quoted in Bloomberg Law: "Surveillance Camera Hack Raises Legal Risk of Digital Device Use"

Reena BajowalaIce Miller LLP partner Reena Bajowala was quoted in the Bloomberg Law article, "Surveillance Camera Hack Raises Legal Risk of Digital Device Use."

Though Verkada was the company that suffered the breach, its customers may also find themselves in hot water, said Reena Bajowala, a partner at Ice Miller LLP who focuses on data security, privacy, and information technology matters.

“Liability is going to flow to the client that procured the video surveillance,” Bajowala said. “Those who appear in the videos might sue Verkada, but ultimately it’s the Verkada client that put the video surveillance in that would be responsible if there is any liability.”

The client could then claim damages against Verkada under their contract, Bajowala said.

Consumers may also sue under the California Consumer Privacy Act, which provides a narrow private right of action for individuals whose personal information is compromised in a breach stemming from poor security standards, Bajowala said.


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