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Old 14-10-2021, 12:35   #16
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Re: Installation of CCTV

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Just seen on Jeremy Vine that someone has lost a judgement for up to 100k for invading his neighbours privacy and not properly storing the records. Yes he was a bit extreme with his 4 ring doorbells but I'm surprised it's taken this long for someone to go to court and now they have it'll only be the start, best advice I have for anyone installing them and is concerned is talk to your neighbours, if they're okay with it then you have nothing to worry about. I'm currently installing three at my father in laws but one will now not be installed at all due to it capturing to much of someone else's property
I am more than happy for any of my neighbours to point their cameras at my house because it might catch anyone breaking in or damaging my property.
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Old 14-10-2021, 12:52   #17
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Re: Installation of CCTV

The cameras don't even have to be pointing at anybody's house to be effective against crime. They can see others passing by on their way to commit crimes.
In this recent case, it wouldn't even be physically possible to aim any cameras inside the other property. The only thing they might catch is times of any coming and going of people. Is that what the decision was based upon? That theoretically somebody could trawl through any footage and track times of comings and goings of individuals? If somebody wanted to go to all that trouble for some strange reason, they could easily use a smaller camera that wasn't visible.
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Re: Installation of CCTV

Yes I have.
I wrote a guide on it too:
https://cableforum.uk/board/showthread.php?t=33708680
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