Privacy has so far meant big business to law firms, with the Internet of Things (IoT) representing yet another potential driver for lawsuits, regulatory skirmishes and unfortunately, breach response work. But this may not extend to home security cameras.

While data leaks and other problems related to “smart home” security cameras have already made more than a few headlines, the struggles that would-be clients face in successfully proving damages in court might prohibit law firms or attorneys from seeing a significant boost in related work.

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