Can a Neighbour have a camera pointed at my house?
Can a Neighbour have a camera pointed at my house?

Can I object to Neighbours CCTV?

If your CCTV captures images beyond your property boundary, such as your neighbours' property or public streets and footpaths, then your use of the system is subject to the data protection laws. This does not mean you are breaking the law. But it does mean that, as the CCTV user, you are a data controller.

Can magnets mess up a camera?

"While strong magnetic fields won't damage the camera itself, they can erase the contents of memory cards. Avoid putting your camera or spare memory cards right next to very strong magnets such as stereo speakers.

Can I photograph Neighbours garden?

If you are taking photographs from private land, you need to have the land owner's permission. Taking a photo of a person where they can expect privacy, such as inside their home or garden, is likely to cause a breach of privacy laws.

Can Neighbour take photos of your property UK?

There is no general restriction on taking photographs while on private property as long as the photographer has permission and owners or tenants do not normally have a right to stop someone from taking photos of their property from a public place.

Can laser pointers damage security cameras?

Yes, lasers can damage video cameras. This is due to the very focussed rays. A video camera has a very sensitive sensor to transform the immitting photons to electronic impulses. Laser beams have a very high energy density in the point where they hit the camera sensor.

Can someone use a picture of my house without my permission?

Being present on someone else's private property generally requires the property owner's consent to take photos. With that said, if the photographer is taking photos for a purpose that violates the law — such as to harass or stalk — that's another story.