Surveillance tech and nosey neighbours

Exploration of neighbours' rights when householders deploy surveillance tech.

As increasingly sophisticated video and audio recording devices become available to householders at only moderate cost, deployment of such surveillance tech by householders is becoming ubiquitous. However, those deploying these devices do not always consider the impact of their surveillance tech on neighbouring properties or the legal ramifications of that impact. This episode explores this theme, and considers the causes of action and practical steps available to a neighbour adversely affected by overly intrusive surveillance tech. 

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(c) 2020, Matthew Lavy & Iain Munro