Nanny cam lawsuit against former Schuba’s Tavern CEO raises questions about Illinois privacy laws

Google Nest Labs
The latest Nest Cam surveillance video camera is on display following a news conference Wednesday, June 17, 2015, in San Francisco. Google's Nest Labs is releasing new versions of its surveillance video camera and talking smoke detector as part of its attempt to turn homes into yet another thing that can be controlled and tracked over the Internet. Eric Risberg / Associated Press
Google Nest Labs
The latest Nest Cam surveillance video camera is on display following a news conference Wednesday, June 17, 2015, in San Francisco. Google's Nest Labs is releasing new versions of its surveillance video camera and talking smoke detector as part of its attempt to turn homes into yet another thing that can be controlled and tracked over the Internet. Eric Risberg / Associated Press

Nanny cam lawsuit against former Schuba’s Tavern CEO raises questions about Illinois privacy laws

A nanny and her friend are suing Michael Johnston, former CEO of Schuba’s Tavern, Lincoln Hall and Audiotree, for using hidden cameras to capture nude footage of them. Reset checks in with an expert in telecommunication and internet law about how people can protect their privacy.

GUEST: James B. Speta, professor at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law