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The California Senate Judiciary Committee approved with bipartisan support SB 346, a bill by Sen. Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) regarding consumer choice related to the installation and use of in-vehicle cameras.
- Require that consumers be prominently informed at the time of purchase if a camera is installed inside a car.
- Prohibit video recordings from being used for advertising or sold to third parties.
- Prohibit any recording obtained through operation of an in-vehicle camera by the manufacturer from being retained at any location other than the vehicle itself without the affirmative written or electronic consent of the user.
- Prohibit a person or entity from compelling a manufacturer or other entity providing the operation of an in-vehicle camera to build specific features for the purpose of allowing an investigative or law enforcement officer to monitor images through that feature.
An in-vehicle camera is defined as any device included as part of a vehicle by the manufacturer that is designed to, or is capable of recording images or video inside the cabin of the vehicle.