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Can My Neighbor Record Me On My Property?

Maybe your neighbor has a habit of videotaping everything they or their family members do, and sometimes this includes you, your home, or your family. Or maybe your neighbor has security cameras on their property that constantly point towards your home. If this is the case, you may be wondering if you can legally be recorded on your own property, and if it’s within your rights to ask them to stop.

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Surveillance Camera Privacy Issues: Hackers, Neighbor’s Camera Aimed At Your House, & More

Security cameras are an integral part of security systems, but there’s a fine line between monitoring your home or business for safety and invading someone’s privacy. In fact, there have been many situations where these lines got blurred, and personal privacy suffered. If you have cameras, you need to make sure you’re not violating others and protecting yourself from privacy invasion.

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Smart Home Privacy Concerns: Secure Your Phone, Speaker, TV, Thermostat & Other Devices

Are smart home devices invading our privacy? For sure, say most experts. Our smart speakers, TVs, security cameras, thermostats, and any other Internet-enabled device could be spying on us in our own homes. Because many Internet of Things (IoT) devices have cameras and microphones that are always online, they’re a prime target for hackers. An added threat is that some of these devices collect and share data with the manufacturer and other third parties. But the good news is that there are ways to protect your privacy from your smart gadgets. Our experts run through the steps you can take to protect your home network and various devices.

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