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Screenshot of live-streamed oral arguments in Commonwealth v. Mason on May 20, 2020. Screenshot of livestreamed oral arguments in Commonwealth v. Mason on May 19, 2020. (YouTube)

Just about everyone’s heard of a “nanny cam,” the small hidden camera parents can use to keep a watchful eye on their children’s caretakers. But does the device’s place in the cultural zeitgeist mean a babysitter working in the home of a child’s parents should assume they’re being recorded?

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Zack Needles

Zack Needles is Global Managing Editor, Regional Brands at ALM. He is also the Managing Editor of The Legal Intelligencer, Pennsylvania Law Weekly, Delaware Business Court Insider and Delaware Law Weekly. Contact him at 215-557-2373 or zneedles@alm.com. On Twitter: @ZackNeedlesTLI.

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