While there is undeniably a creepy factor here, and reasonable people may not like the idea of constant manager motoring -- heck, it feels creepy to even write that! Nonetheless, this proposed legislation is silly and will be as meaningless as then"do not remove under penalty of law" warnings on mattresses. Voice-powered technologies, such as Amazon Echo, Apple's "Hey Siri," Google's "OK, Google," and Microsoft's Cortana must by definition monitor everything said near them. They are already far more pervasive than passive video monitoring, and far more popular. What sort of warning do you imagine on any of those? Perhaps a creepy voice that speaks up every 24 hours to say, "I'm still listening...just like you installed me to do"? Oh, and let's. It even talk about video home-security products to remotely monitor your house and kids, which are increasingly replacing old-fashioned door and window sensors. People are voting with their acting NA in great numbers in favor of passive monitoring, so this sort of opt-in bill is unnecessary.