The saying God sees all, neighbor sees even more fits perfectly with today’s reality.
A preventive video system to protect the environment can end up in court. If the video surveillance set up on our house extends to a common area, or invades a neighbor’s property, it can result in violations of personal rights, data protection laws and qualify as simple voyeurism.
“Three issues are important. First, how large an area is covered by the monitoring, how the community or housing cooperative stores the recordings and to whom it makes them available.” – explains Attorney Maciej Gawronski.